We support the complete product lifecycle for complex bespoke printed circuit board assemblies, adding value at every stage from concept through design and manufacture.
With in-house board assembly facilities in both the UK and China, we’re ideally positioned to support a broad range of customers and all volume requirements, from the Ministry of Defence to consumer products.
Our design team provides a wide range of solutions. This can range from hardware and software design and analysis through to board layout capability. In-house prototype facilities enable us to implement new ideas, develop new products and in-process changes in significantly shorter lead-times.
With the help of our international purchasing office in Asia, we have access to some of the most cost-effective supply bases for active and passive components, making us your ideal single source supplier.
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