Super PCB Celebrates Dragon Boat Festival with its Asian Facilities


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Super PCB, a single source for high-quality printed circuit boards (PCBs), celebrated the Dragon Boat Festival with its Asian facilities on June 7, 2019. The company’s Asian-based manufacturing facilities were closed; however, the USA office remained open to serve customers.

Dragon Boat Festival, also called Duanwu or Tuen Ng Festival, is a traditional holiday observed annually for over 2,000 years in China to commemorate Qu Yuan (340-278 BC), an ancient Chinese patriotic poet.

Super PCB serves a wide variety of industries including telecom, wireless, transportation, industrial, medical, lighting, consumer electronics, energy, IOT and many others. The company’s manufacturing facilities are RoHS compliant, ISO 9001 and TS16949 certified, and UL listed. Super PCB’s state-of-art facilities and technology ensure the highest quality and efficiency.

About Super PCB

Super PCB is the source for all of your high-quality PCB needs. Since 2003, the company has been providing high-quality PCBs to numerous companies in a broad spectrum of industries, from consumer electronics to telecommunications, new energy, aerospace, automotive and more. Super PCB’s facilities are certified to TS16949, ISO9001 and UL. For more information, visit www.superpcb.com.  

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