2018 Was a Year of Record Growth for Super PCB


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Super PCB has experienced a record-breaking growth in 2018. Over the last three years, the company has continued to see increasingly steady growth.

The company expects even faster growth in 2019 as it sees increased growth in some newer products like flex and HDI PCBs. In addition to rigid PCBs, Super PCB offers rigid-flex PCBs. One of the fastest growing areas is aluminum PCBs for LED lighting applications.

The industry needs a cost-effective source for boards, and Super PCB offers the ideal solution for electronics manufacturing companies of all sizes. The team at Super PCB attributes its growth to its focus on customer needs, superior quality and outstanding service. Super PCB has welcomed new customers this year and continues to serve its long-term customers.

“With our expertise in the PCB industry, we help our customers find the best solution for their PCB needs and help them avoid the pitfalls that could potentially cause problems down the road,” stated Jeff James, Super PCB’s marketing manager. “We always put our customers first. As a result, many customers have been with us for years. As their businesses grow, we grow with them.”

Super PCB provides both PCB prototypes and PCB production. The company offers USA manufacturing to support ITAR requirements and offers overseas manufacturing for low cost mass production. Super PCB’s manufacturing facilities are RoHS compliant, ISO 9001 and TS16949 certified, and UL listed. Super PCB’s state-of-art facilities and technology ensures the highest quality and efficiency.

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