ALBA PCB Acquires Q-Print electronic


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ALBA PCB Group has acquired majority shareholding of Q-Print electronic Gmbh.

“This acquisition supports our strategic priorities of enhancing our product and service offerings, strengthening our global footprint and investing in areas with opportunity to achieve sustainable growth,” said Alberto Bacchin, CEO of ALBA PCB Group. "Q-Print has a highly experienced technical and marketing team, which combined with our technological leadership, innovative spirit and commitment to total customer satisfaction will create value added for our German partners."

“Vjekoslav Grishaber, who is still a shareholder of the company and a highly regarded figure within the PCB marketplace, will continue to manage the German branch,” Bacchin added.

About ALBA PCB Group

Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Mogliano Veneto, Italy, ALBA PCB Group is a leading PCB manufacturer with technical centers and manufacturing facilities in Italy and China.

The Group has the ability to support the customer’s full product life cycle from quick turnaround time for new product introduction to large volume low-cost fabrication of technologically advanced rigid and rigid-flex PCBs.

Its wholly owned subsidiaries ALBA Elettronica, AAB Tech and AB Technologies serve over 500 customers in the automotive, industrial, instrumentation, medical and data communications end markets.  

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