Board Shark PCB Joins Forces with ER North in Upper Midwest Territory


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Board Shark PCB, a leading PCB solution provider, announced that it has hired ER North as its manufacturers’ representative in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota.

“Steve and Jerry have an excellent reputation in the industry for their hard work and customer service,” comments Mike Gunderson, Sales Manager at Board Shark. “The product lines they represent are only those of the highest quality and service.  Board Shark is excited be become part of their successful company and look forward to many years of bringing quality PCB solutions to their customers.” 

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. ER North provides representation, opportunity management and technical solutions for electronic assembly and medical device manufacturing equipment. Steve Paulson and Jerry Lindholm partner with only the highest quality names in factory automation, test and inspection equipment, as well as with production supplies.

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