AirBorn Flexible Circuits Names Matrix Electronics a Preferred Partner in Success


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AirBorn Flexible Circuits, Inc. has named Matrix Electronics Limited as a Preferred Supplier and a Partner in Success. Each year, this award is granted to the Supplier who demonstrates an excellent track record for on-time delivery, quality and technical support.

“Matrix is an integral part of our Flexible Circuits business,” stated Wayne Arsenault, Purchasing Manager at AirBorn Flexible Circuits, Inc. “Matrix is providing the best-in-class Panasonic Felios and flexible circuit raw materials. I should thank Philippe Yee and the Matrix Team for their flawless execution and commitment to quality and service.”

“Matrix is delighted to be one of AirBorn’s strategic partners, and this award will motivate our Team to continue demonstrating its excellent level of support to the customer,” says Kieran Healy, president of Matrix Electronics Limited.

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 110 associates, the company is ready to meet 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 AirBorn Flexible Circuits, Inc.

AirBorn Flexible Circuits, Inc. designs and manufactures a broad range of innovative flexible printed circuit board products for high reliability interconnect applications.   The company has over 25 years of operating history and has supplied more than 1,000 different products to customers around the world.  Markets served by the company include defense, aerospace, medical, instrumentation, and industrial electronics.   The company also offers a full range of integrated services comprising design, DFm, DFt, prototypes, production manufacturing, hand and automated assembly, and testing. Visit the Company’s website at http://www.airborn.com/about.

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