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APCT, a manufacturer of high reliability printed circuit boards, will exhibit at the PCB West exhibition, Wednesday, September 12, 2018. The show floor will be open Wednesday, September 12, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. To register for the exhibition, which includes access to free sessions, visit pcbwest.com.
PCB West, now on its 27th year, will be held September 11-13 in Santa Clara, California. The event includes a three-day technical conference and one-day exhibition, to be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
APCT has manufacturing sites in Northern California, Southern California and the East Coast providing high performance services to both commercial and military customers of rigid, flex and rigid-flex products. APCT will also offers custom program management solutions through APCT Global.
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