PowerComp to Represent Board Shark PCB in New England


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Board Shark PCB, a leading PCB solution provider, is pleased to announce that it has hired Power Component Sales, LLC (PowerComp) as its manufacturers’ representative. Under the agreement, Russell Nee and the team at PowerComp will provide sales and service for Board Shark PCB in New England and Upstate New York.

We are excited to have PowerComp as our representative’s in the Northeast,” stated Carl Moehring, President of Board Shark.  “I am impressed with their approach to servicing their customers and communicating with their principals. Their dedicated team of professional sales and customer service staff will be a great benefit to increasing our market presence in this region.”

PowerComp is headquartered in South Windsor, Connecticut, with a sales office in Charlton Massachusetts. Founded in 1990, PowerComp represents manufacturers of electronic components used in power and related applications. Russell Nee, President/CEO, has been with the company for more than 30 years.

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