Industry Veteran Jack Driver Joins Canadian Circuits


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Praveen Arya, president and owner of Canadian Circuits, Inc. announced the appointment of industry veteran Jack Driver to handle the company’s Southwest sales initiative.

Driver has held a number of key sales positions, selling both PCBs as well as being a vendor to the PCB industry.

When making the announcement, Arya said, “We are extremely pleased to have someone with Jack’s experience, knowledge and talent representing our company in the Southwest. We are currently making great strides in growing our business in the U.S. and bringing on a great contributor like Jack will help us grow even faster.”

“I really like working with Canadian Circuits. This is a company that people need to find out about. They have spent the past couple of years investing in the company with both equipment and people to the point where they have become a world class player when it comes to quality, technology and performance. I am delighted to be a part of their future,” added Driver.

About Canadian Circuits

CCI Canadian Circuits Inc. is a leading innovator in the Printed Circuit Board Industry. Founded in 1993, CCI Canadian Circuits Inc. has led the way in technological advances. We excel in quick turn prototypes, double and multilayer boards. Our driven focus allows us to provide the best value and exceptional quality without compromise. Continuous upgrading and constant improvement allows CCI Canadian Circuits Inc. to be highly competitive in today’s global marketplace. At CCI Canadian Circuits Inc., we believe that we can only be successful if our customers are successful and it is to that end, that we are 100% dedicated to your success.

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