Excellon Acquires Industrial Electronic Resources


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Excellon announces the acquisition of Industrial Electronic Resources (IER), a California-based electronics repair business which primarily specializes in the repair of electronic subassemblies used on Excellon CNC drilling and routing systems.

Company President Bailey Su shared his comments: “We are excited about this acquisition as it strengthens the Excellon subassembly repair division, and enhances the company’s ability to provide exceptional response and quality service to our customer base. Excellon is in a strong position to consolidate the CNC equipment repair market, and this is only one step towards achieving that goal.”

Excellon provides worldwide technical service and support for new installations and legacy equipment.

About Excellon

Excellon, an employee-owned company, is recognized worldwide as a leader in installed PCB drilling systems with products ranging from single and multiple station mechanical drilling machines to hybrid laser precision via formation and routing systems. Proudly designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. For more information, click here.

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