IEC Unveils New Enhanced Website


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International Electronic Components (IEC) continues its 50th anniversary celebrations with the launch of a new and improved website. Part of the online strategy to position IEC as leaders in the printed circuit board (PCB) industry, the new website has been constructed with responsive design using a proprietary content management system and is built to grow with the company.

IEC enlisted the talents of the web design team Cybertech Web Studios, led by John Hollingsworth, to bring their vision to life. The addition of highly impactful visuals, their corporate story, and detailed product and service listings contribute to making the new site engaging and accessible to visitors.

“To be leading edge in any industry, a strong online presence is critical and we think we’ve achieved that,” said IEC President Shawn Stone. “The new mobile-friendly website along with our other online efforts are additional opportunities for IEC to provide excellence in service to both our customers and our suppliers. We’re happy to continue earning their trust by keeping our operation current and adaptable.”

IEC was founded in 1966 by the late James Patterson Stone. His son, Shawn Stone, along with business partner Chuck Williams, have continued to grow the business as a successful sales and service provider and the longest serving distributor to the circuit board industry in North America. They have established partnerships with companies such as Dow/Eternal, CAC, MTH and Kodak that span decades.

For more information visit the new website at www.ieccan.com or contact Blaine McLellan at blaine.mclellan@ieccan.com or call 1-800-363-4794.

   

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