Murrietta Circuits Appoints Artec Lantec to Handle Sales in Israel


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Andrew Murrietta, CEO and co-owner of Murrietta Circuits, announced that his company has appointed the sales firm of Arctec Lantec to handle Murrietta’s sales in Israel.

Founded by industry veteran Yoram Sror in 1995, Artec Lantec is a representation and consulting company as well as a relationship management firm helping overseas companies who want to promote their products in Israel.

When making the announcement Mr. Murrietta said, “We are pleased and very excited to be working with Yoram’s team to enter the Israeli market. We feel that there is a great deal of synergy between the U.S and Israeli market and that with our strong synergistic solution (design, fabrication, and assembly under one roof) we will be able to do well in that country.  Additionally, the Artec team has a strong connection to the Military and Defense industry in their country which is a perfect fit for Murrietta’s specializations. This is a new adventure for us, and we look forward to it with great anticipation.”

Added Mr. Sror, “Murrietta is the right company at the right time for us to introduce them into our marketplace. I am very impressed with their capabilities and I am very confident that we will have a very successful partnership together. As Andy mentioned, we look forward to introducing them to our Military and Defense customers.”

About Murrietta Circuits

Murrietta Circuits is a high reliability, turnkey supplier of Electronic Manufacturing Services. The company was founded in 1980 and specializes in the design, fabrication, assembly and testing of circuit boards, with today's most challenging technologies and applications. The unique feature of our company is that we perform all these services under one roof, with one management team, one quality system, one MIS system, and one goal: Murrietta Circuits has recently been awarded Raytheon’s prestigious five star vendor rating for the second year in a row. "We will consistently deliver quality products on time with the highest customer service, while continually improving our processes." Serving you since 1980. For more information go to www.murrietta.com.

 

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