American Standard Circuits to Exhibit at FIME 2022


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West Chicago, Illinois PCB fabricator American Standard Circuits will be exhibiting at FIME 2022 (Florida International Medical Expo) at the Miami Beach Convention Center from July 27-29.

Florida International Medical Expo is a leading US-based medical trade fair and exhibition, gathering thousands of medical device and equipment manufacturers and suppliers, dealers, distributors, and other healthcare professionals from across the United States, Central and South America and the Caribbean. The event features exhibitors from more than 45 countries showcasing cutting edge device innovations and solutions.

Anaya_Vardya-300.jpgPresident and CEO Anaya Vardya noted, “Our main strategic focus this year is medical electronics. As we grow our business in this sector of the electronics industry it has become critical that we participate in expos like FIME. This expo gives is the opportunity to meet with our medical electronics customers and answer questions from prospective customers. As one of the industry’s leading providers of PCBs to the medical community, we are pleased to have the opportunity to take part in FIME this year.”

Visit American Standard Circuits on the show floor in booth Q69.

About American Standard Circuits

American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself on being a total solutions provider, manufacturing quality rigid, metal-backed, RF/microwave, flex, and rigid-flex PCBs for the medical, automotive, industrial, defense, and aerospace markets in volumes from test and prototypes to large production orders. ASC has the expertise to provide a wide variety of technologies in a time-critical environment. Their qualifications include AS9100 Rev D, ISO 9001:2015, MIL-PRF 31032, MIL-PRF-55110, MIL-PRF-50884 certification and ITAR registration. In addition to manufacturing in the USA, ASC can transition and manage your PCB requirements to lower cost regions via its qualified supply chain of offshore partners. ASC also holds many key patents for metal bonding processes. For more information about American Standard Circuits' services or to ask one of their technology experts a question go to www.asc-i.com.

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