Multilayer Technology Receives 2014 Cleaner Irving Award


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Multilayer Technology has once again been presented the “Cleaner Irving Award” from the city of Irving, Texas.

Multilayer Technology was presented the award in recognition of their commitment and diligence to promoting a cleaner environment for the residents, visitors, businesses and employees of the city of Irving, by maintaining perfect pre-treatment compliance for all of 2014.

While receiving the award on behalf of Multilayer Technology, Executive Vice President Naren Tarpara commented, “We are proud to have received this award for the fifth time. We strive to be responsible in regard to the environment by making sure that not only all our systems are in compliance but continually invest, update and employ latest in equipment and process innovations to minimize waste and it is an honor to be recognized for those efforts." 

About Multilayer Technology

Multilayer Technology is a domestic leader providing the nation with cutting-edge capabilities. The company understands the urgency of first-to-market and helps customers deliver it. The company offers a one-stop solution to PCB needs, including prototype, production and high-volume quantities. Its success is based on confidence and integrity company-wide. The company strives for perfection and delivers it.

Multilayer Technology International has been providing PCBs for Fortune 500 companies and start-ups since 1986. It manufactures a wide range of technology, utilizing unique materials and processes fora broad range of customers ranging from Telecom, Medical, Instrumentation, Pipeline and Oil, Logging, Military Defense, Automated Test Equipment (ATE) and Aerospace. For more information, visit www.multilayer.com.

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