Florida Cirtech Inks Parnership with ITEQ


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Florida CirTech is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with ITEQ Corporation. Florida CirTech will be handling national sales and distribution for the United States. Partnering with ITEQ allows FCT to offer high-performance copper-clad laminate materials along with their unmatched PCB fabrication chemistry. Florida CirTech is working to make this transition as smooth as possible.

Luc Beauvillier, senior director of OEM marketing for ITEQ responded to the agreement by saying, "ITEQ is very pleased with the decision to partner with Florida CirTech. In addition to a very robust portfolio of PCB fabrication and electronic assembly customers, Florida CirTech has multiple warehouses located throughout the United States which makes strategic distribution simple and efficient. The unique combination of high-performance laminates and chemistry makes Florida CirTech an ideal partner to service ITEQ's North American customers. We are very excited and eager to continue building our relationship."

At Florida CirTech, their mission is to become a leading supplier for the printed circuit fabrication and electronic assembly industries by responding to customer's needs quickly and thoughtfully. The industries they serve rely on the ability to fulfill orders efficiently all while maintaining strict quality standards. The best way to accomplish customer's needs is through their greatest asset; their support team. Sales, customer service and technical engineer teams are happy to help customers in any capacity.

About Florida CirTech

Florida CirTech was founded in 1991 in Florida, USA. The company began as a developer and manufacturer of proprietary chemicals for the electronics assembly and printed circuit board fabrication industries. From the outset; innovation, quality and customer satisfaction were primary goals for the company. In the years since, Florida CirTech has continued to grow by emphasizing the same goals while expanding into complementary markets. In 1996, management, R&D and manufacturing operations were consolidated to Greeley, Colorado. The combination of Colorado's entrepreneurial spirit, boundless enthusiasm, natural resources and central location have all contributed to Florida CirTech's steady growth.

About ITEQ Corporation

ITEQ Corporation is a leading manufacturer of high-performance copper-clad laminate materials used for the fabrication of printed circuit boards and was founded in April of 1997. ITEQ is committed to the highest standards of quality and reliability of its materials product offerings and is continuously investing in top of the line equipment and personnel for advanced testing and validation. ITEQ's strong emphasis on research and development holds it at the frontier of halogen free and high-performance materials suitable for lead free and high reliability processes. ITEQ provides total, cost-effective solutions for the industry as a one-stop shop of rigid, flex, halogen free, environment friendly materials.

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