NCAB Group Expands in Benelux

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NCAB Group has established new operations in the Benelux. The new company will be located in den Bosch, close to Eindhoven.

"Benelux is one of the few locations in Europe where NCAB was not present. The electronics market is interesting with many potential customers within the high mix low volume segment. By establishing a local company providing local service and expertise, we see a good opportunity to grow with both existing and new customers in the Netherlands as well as in Belgium and Luxemburg,” says NCAB Group's CFO, Anders Forsén.

Ingrid_De_Leeuw.jpgIngrid De Leeuw, with an extensive background in the electronics industry, has been hired as managing director. In order to achieve rapid growth and meet customer demand for service, technical expertise and high-quality performance, NCAB is seeking additional competent personnel.

Howard_Goff.jpgHoward Goff, VP Europe NCAB Group Howard Goff, VP Europe is responsible for the on-boarding in the Benelux. "I look forward to expand in Benelux, it is an exciting market with great potential and business opportunities for a company like NCAB,” says Goff.

 The Eindhoven location was chosen because Eindhoven is where many potential customers are located.



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