American Standard Circuits to Exhibit at PCB Carolina 2022

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American Standard will once again be exhibiting at this year’s PCB Carolina 2022, which is considered the Southeast’s premier PCB focused show. The show will be held on Wednesday, November 9th at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.

There will be 16 technical sessions, a keynote address, a vendor exhibition with over 70 companies participating, food throughout the day, and best of all, this event is FREE to all attendees.

The show will cover all stages of electronics including product development, PCB design, signal integrity, electrical engineering, firmware, thermal, mechanical, test, inspection, contract manufacturing, technician, debug, compliance, analysis, purchasing, and more.

“Our business is really growing in that area of the country right now, so PCB Carolina is a great show for us to attend. It will give is the opportunity to visit with our current customers and meet new ones. We also look forward to working with our reps, the Fab Source Group, who will be manning the booth with us,” remarked Anaya Vardya, president, and CEO. “Our growth this year has been phenomenal, and I believe the reason for that is working with rep teams like the Fab Source Group and others around the country. This is going to be a great show for us at American Standard Circuits.”

Visit American Standard Circuits on the show floor at Table 66.


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