PFC Receives Two Awards from National Instruments

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PFC Flexible Circuits Limited, a leading flexible circuit manufacturer and flex assembly provider, today announced that it has received two awards from National Instruments of Austin, Texas. An award was given to PFC for Quality—in which PFC scored 100% quality for the last 12 months. In addition, PFC was given an Overall Performance Award which takes into consideration on-time delivery, lead time, innovation, customer service and savings, and quality.

“PFC has been a supplier of flex circuit assemblies to National Instruments for over six years,” said Steve Kelly, president and founder of PFC Flexible Circuits. “It is an honor to win two awards from such a fantastic partner as National Instruments, especially with the breadth and quality of vendors that National has. We have and will continue to support National Instruments through their global expansion.”

National Instruments’ PCB commodity manager stated, "PFC has grown in the past few years to become an important part of National Instruments’ flexible printed circuit needs. We greatly appreciate the consistent execution that typically exceeds our expectations and the alignment to our supply chain goals. Thanks, PFC, for helping make NI successful and we look forward to working with you for many years"

About PFC

PFC designs, manufactures and assembles flexible printed circuits and rigid-flex—all under one roof. Specialties include technical design support, flex circuit assembly, and execution of complex flex circuits and assemblies. PFC has qualified a large library of UL and high speed circuit materials. ISO 9001 and 13485 approved.

About National Instruments

National Instruments Corp. designs, manufactures and sells systems to engineers and scientists that accelerate productivity, innovation and discovery. Its graphical system design approach to engineering provides an integrated software and hardware platform that speeds the development of systems needing measurement and control. The company provides flexible application software and modular, multifunction hardware that users combine with industry-standard computers, networks and third party devices to create measurement, automation and embedded systems. Its products are used by industries in a variety of applications, which include research and development, simulation and modeling, product design, prototype and validation, production testing, industrial control and field, factory services and repair. National Instruments was founded by Jeffrey L. Kodosky and James J. Truchard in May 1976 and is headquartered in Austin, TX.




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