Fineline-Global Names KTT Engineering and Manufacturing to Handle CA


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Fineline-Global has appointed KTT Engineering and Manufacturing to handle the company’s sales in California.

“As we continue our growth trajectory in North America, California is obviously a key territory for that growth, so we wanted to sign with the very best we could find. After talking with the team at KTT Engineering and Manufacturing, I am convinced that we have made the right choice,” said Eli Ikan, Fineline-Global’s general manager.

“I am very impressed with not only the complete PCB solution that FineLine provides but most importantly the way they conduct business. It is a perfect match with our own business philosophies so for myself and my entire team we are looking forward to our future together with great anticipation,” added Tim Miranda, president and CEO of KTT Engineering and Manufacturing.

About KTT Engineering and Manufacturing

KTT Engineering adds value to your efforts in a seamless manner. We employ a “WIT” (whatever it takes) approach, ensuring we meet, and ultimately exceed your expectations. We maintain a worldwide network of business partners that allow us to develop and foster relationships with both customers and suppliers. We handle the pressures of coordinating the design and movement of your products from NPI to Production worldwide.

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About Fineline-Global

Fineline-Global is a world leader in PCB manufacturing. With offices all over the world they specialize in providing their customers with a complete printed circuit board solution. Whatever their customers’ need they can provide it.

No matter where you are, or where the board is made, we provide the same high level of engineering, cost effectiveness, high quality and above all – our support. We will follow up and make sure you get the goods delivered.

FineLine- Global: We think Global, we act local

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