TFE Adds Hayes Myers as Customer Relations & Tech Support Manager


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TFE has recently added Hayes Myers to its team as customer relations and technical support manager.  Hayes has over 22 years of experience in both manufacturing and new product introduction/engineering in the printed circuit board industry. Hayes brings a broad range of technology and materials experience, along with a strong knowledge of the requirements of IPC and mil/aerospace products, to the TFE team.

"I look forward to working with all of TFE's clients to develop technical solutions and continue the building of strong relationships,” said Myers.

About TFE

TFE distributes capital equipment from the best manufacturers in the world as well as a wide range of replacement parts required for all phases of machine life cycle maintenance.

With the rise of LED technology, the PCB industry has seen an increased demand for metal core printed circuit boards for thermal management. To service this demand TFE has partnered with Aismalibar to represent their products in North America. We stock a wide range of copper clad laminates to help our customers capitalize on this rapidly expanding market.

TFE also provides a full range of consumable materials for printed circuit board manufacturing with inventories of high-quality carbide and diamond tools available for high priority jobs on short lead-time. TFE is the exclusive distributor of HPTec tools, imported from Germany, in North America.

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