PCB Maker Bittele Electronics Achieves Business Milestone


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Bittele Electronics, Inc., a leading PCB manufacturing and assembly services company based in Ontario, Canada, announced today it achieved the major business milestone of shipping 50 percent of its customer orders before the promised deadline.

The on-time delivery record of a PCB manufacturer is a critical factor to the customers Bittele Electronics serves in the healthcare, defense, industrial and high tech industries. Since these industries’ product development cycles are aggressive and their products are sophisticated, it is important that they contract with a business partner like Bittele that is capable of manufacturing and assembling complex PCBs at the lowest cost, the highest quality and the fastest turn times.

"This on-time shipping achievement is the best in the contract electronics manufacturing industry,” said Ege Borluoglu, Marketing Coordinator, Bittele Electronics. “Meeting shipping deadlines varies considerably in the industry so we have worked hard to achieve the best shipping record of the industry. We attribute our ability to ship 50% of our orders early due to the quality of our PCBs and the excellent customer service we provide.”

Bittele Electronics has structured its customer service and order entry systems with a high level of efficiency. Its technical support engineers are available 24/7, and CAM engineers pride themselves on giving personal assistance.

While competing PCB manufacturing companies may offer online ordering services, Bittele Electronics is unique in not only providing convenient online ordering, but it also backs up its ordering processes with a demonstrated record of fast turn times. It also offers file checking and PCB design/layout tools at no charge.

"For new customers, we offer discounts for both low and high production quantities. Our high quality PCB manufacturing applies to any sized order," says Borluoglu.

Bittele's website makes it convenient to place an order anytime with features such as immediate quotes, reordering, design file uploads and order status checks.

About Bittele Electronics Inc.

Based in Canada since 2003, Bittele Electronics provides PCB manufacturing and assembly services for the aerospace, military (DoD Ready), medical, and commercial industries. From elementary prototypes to sophisticated designs to high-production run PCBs, Bittele Electronics can meet any unique or complex design requirement. It has a reputation for fast turn times and the best on-time shipping record in the PCB manufacturing industry. Bittele Electronics is DOD Contracts Ready, MIL-PRF-31032, MIL-PRF-55110G, AS9100C, and ISO 9001:2008 Certified; IPC 6012 Class 2, 3 and 3A Qualified; and ITAR Registered.

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