PCB Connect Expands U.K-Based Team to Support Recent, Continued Growth


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Having been active in the United Kingdom market since February 2020, PCB Connect Limited, the U.K based division of the PCB Connect Group, has recruited additional engineering resources supporting its growth.

Since we entered into the U.K market earlier this year, it has been gratifying to see how new and existing customers have embraced PCB Connect, and we are rapidly becoming one of the most competitive PCB suppliers in the United Kingdom, with a will-do mentality that our customers have enjoyed, commented Robert Keyser, Sales Director for PCB Connect UK.

“To support our growth aspirations, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Adam Burns, as an Internal Sales Engineer who will support several of our fast-growing customers,” Keyser said.

Adam joins us from a global EMS organization and has shown the aptitude and talent to thrive in a fast-paced organization, which will serve him well as we continue our objective of bringing new choice and increased value to customers across the U.K electronics industry.

Adam Burns commented, “I am delighted to join PCB Connect who have quickly established themselves as one of the premier PCB companies in the U.K. The fast-paced, will do nature of the business is the perfect environment for me to take the next step in my career, I look forward to continuing our mission in bringing a fresh approach to delivering our customers PCB needs.”

Justin Olejnik, Managing Director for PCB Connect in UK, said, “In Adam, we have found someone who embodies the spirit of the PCB Connect Group, who thrives in a dynamic and innovative environment. In the last 6 months, we have proven to be arguably the most competitive PCB provider in the U.K and a company who is focused on bringing a fresh and welcome new approach to our customers.”

Adam is the first of several key appointments the company intends to make over the next year as it continues building its position towards becoming the number one choice in the U.K PCB market.

 

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