Dynamic & Proto Circuits Names Matrix Electronics Supplier of the Year


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Dynamic & Proto Circuits Inc. (DAPC), today named Matrix Electronics Limited as their SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR. Each year, this award is granted to the Supplier who demonstrates the most excellent track record for Product Quality, Delivery and Supply Chain Resourcefulness.

“Demonstrating near flawless execution, Matrix serves as an integral part of the supply chain by providing next generation, high performance materials in support of our PC fabrication business,” stated Carl Hewitt, President of Dynamic & Proto Circuits Inc.

Matrix2.jpg“Matrix is honored to receive this award and is delighted to be part of DAPC’s Supply community. A special mention should go to our Matrix Operations and Customer Service Associates who perform consistently day-after-day”, says Ed Healy, CEO of Matrix Electronics Limited. “We have had a long standing relationship with DAPC and we are delighted with this acknowledgement.  Matrix supplies DAPC with a variety of key PWB raw materials on a JIT basis. As Panasonic’s exclusive North American Value-Added Distributor, we are committed to bringing these HSLL PWB Substrate technologies to each of our North American customers.”

About Matrix Electronics

Matrix was established in 1977 with the objective of providing quality raw materials to the North American Printed Circuit Board industry. With over 100 associates, the company is ready to serve its customers’ JIT requirements. The Technical Support team have experience in every PCB manufacturing process and are ready to serve. Our motto is simple, “Quality Products, Dependable People”.

For more information, visit www.matrixelectronics.com  

About Dynamic & Proto Circuits

DAPC is a leading supplier of high technology quick-turn bare PCB requirements. They are completely focused and dedicated to providing their customers with exceptional service and on-time delivery performance for all of their critical QTA needs. The 54,000 sq.ft. factory is located in Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada – 30 minutes from the US/Canada border. They are approved to IPC 6012 Class 1-3, Mil Spec 31032 & 55110, and are ISO 9001:2008 & AS 9100C certified. Their full breadth of technical capabilities and their extensive material stocking program allows them to provide fast lead times on even the most exotic of requirements, visit: www.dapc.com

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