Murrietta Circuits Appoints Alliam LLC to Cover Sales in South-Central U.S.


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Andrew Murrietta, CEO and co-owner of Murrietta Circuits, announced that his company has appointed the sales firm Alliam LLC to handle Murrietta’s sales in the South-Central United States.

Commenting on this appointment Murrietta said, “The fact that Alliam has a strong connection to the military and aerospace industry is just one the reasons why we are pleased to be adding this rep firm to the Murrietta sales team. Their long years of experience, their network, and their enthusiasm and passion for the work they do make them a perfect fit. We are thrilled to have Alliam be part of the Murrietta family.”

Added Bill Benishek, "Murrietta Circuit is exactly the kind of company we like to work with. With their complete synergistic solution (design, fabrication, and assembly), they are a company that we are proud to represent and introduce to our customers. We look forward to working with Murrietta Circuits for many years to come.”

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.

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