Board Shark PCB Enters the U.S. Southwest Market with ARK Manufacturing


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Board Shark PCB, a leading PCB solution provider, announced a new partnership with ARK Manufacturing Solutions, LLC. Dave Murrin, president and principal owner of ARK Manufacturing, will help Board Shark PCB expand its customer base in New Mexico, Arizona and Southern Nevada.

A comprehensive quick-turn and production volume solutions provider, Board Shark reduces costs by providing a broad spectrum of technical solutions, high quality product, on-time delivery, and superior customer service. “Board Shark was created around our customers’ need for service, on-time delivery, technical support, and competitive pricing,” comments Carl Moehring, President of Board Shark. “Our 20-year relationship with our Taiwan factories have helped many customers navigate these uncertain times for PCB deliveries.”

ARK Manufacturing Solutions has been in business for more than 12 years, having had the good fortune to represent some the best manufacturers in the electronics industry and serve the best customer base in the market.

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