Tate Technology Selects Board Shark as Its PCB Supplier


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Board Shark PCB, a leading PCB solution provider, is pleased to announce that it supplies Tate Technology, Inc. with many of its PCBs. Based in Spokane, Washington, Tate Technology provides superior consignment and turnkey contract electronic manufacturing for a vast array of industries.

Tate Technology’s capabilities include ultra-fine pitch BGAs, 01005s, quick-turn low-to-medium volumes, etc., making the company a leading manufacturing source of complex circuit board assemblies. Scott Tate, President of Tate Technology commented: “Board Shark PCB has been a reliable supplier for years; providing us with excellent customer service, fast quotes, competitive pricing and high-quality PCBs. We appreciate their great work in support of us and our customers.”

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