Sunstone Circuits Strengthens Partnership with Screaming Circuits Assembly

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Sunstone Circuits, a leading provider of high-quality printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing services, is pleased to announce that it is strengthening its partnership with Screaming Circuits, a premier provider of quick-turn prototype and short-run production electronic assembly services.

The partnership between Sunstone Circuits and Screaming Circuits began several years ago, and both companies have been working together to provide their customers with a complete solution for PCB fabrication and assembly. The collaboration has been successful, and the two companies are focused on deepening their partnership to provide even better services to their customers. The partnership refresh will zero in on more efficient and concise communication, unified team building and training, and a streamlined quote turnaround.

Under the strengthened partnership, Sunstone Circuits will continue to focus on PCB manufacturing, while Screaming Circuits will focus on electronic assembly services. This will allow both companies to leverage their core strengths, and provide customers with high-quality, efficient, and cost-effective services.

"We are thrilled to strengthen our partnership with Screaming Circuits," said Matt Stevenson, VP of Sales and Operations at Sunstone Circuits. "We believe that this partnership allows us to provide our customers with an even better solution for their PCB fabrication and assembly needs. Our collaboration with Screaming Circuits has already produced great results, and we look forward to continuing to work together to serve our customers."

"We are excited to continue our partnership with Sunstone Circuits," said Kellie Schwab, VP of Ecommerce at Screaming Circuits. "By furthering our partnership focus, we can provide our customers with faster turnaround times, more competitive pricing, and continued high quality service. Our partnership with Sunstone Circuits is a win-win for both companies and our customers."

Sunstone Circuits is leading provider of high-quality printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing services. With over 50 years of experience, Sunstone Circuits offers a wide range of services, including PCB fabrication, assembly, and design software. The company is committed to providing its customers with high-quality, efficient, and cost-effective services.

Screaming Circuits is a premier provider of quick-turn prototype and short-run production electronic assembly services. The company specializes in high-mix, high-complexity assembly, and offers a range of services, to meet a variety of PCB Assembly needs. Screaming Circuits is committed to providing its customers with fast, flexible, and cost-effective services.

Additional Content from Sunstone Circuits

- Download The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to... Designing for Reality by Matt Stevenson.
- Matt Stevenson, vice president at Sunstone Circuits, is a columnist for I-Connect007.  To read past columns or contact Stevenson, click here.  



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