Enigma Interconnect Announces New Ownership, Plans for Growth


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Enigma Interconnect, one of the premier manufacturers of high quality bare printed circuit boards, is now under wholly new ownership effective May 1, 2021. Under the leadership of new independent owner operators, Zeljko Grubic, President, and Peter Zhao, Chief Technology Officer, the newly named corporation “Enigma Interconnect Corp.” (formerly Enigma Interconnect 2012 Corp.) will continue to serve the industrial electronic manufacturing community locally and globally.

The new owners bring over 30 years of combine operational and process experience to this leading high-end PCB manufacturer. “Our vision for Enigma Interconnect is to make targeted investment in new equipment, improved process while expanding our team and enriching their training,” states Zeljko Grubic. “We plan on growing Enigma Interconnect with a technology roadmap that will exceed customer expectations in quality, on-time delivery and innovation,” continues Peter Zhao.

Enigma Interconnect’s team has a long time legacy of bringing their customer-centric service and extensive knowledge to the company’s 250+ active customers.  “We are excited about the vision and direction that Enigma is heading in with our new owners,” says Doris Meadley, Business Development Manager, Enigma Interconnect. “We remain dedicated to strengthening the company’s solid foundation for continued growth serving the needs of our customers worldwide.”

The company has grown significantly from its beginnings in 1973 to over 40 employees working in 35,000 sq. feet of manufacturing space in Burnaby, BC with a sales office located in Ottawa, Ontario.

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