PARPRO Lands Slot Machine Contract


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PARPRO, a full service embedded design solutions and manufacturing services company, recently received a contract from a newly acquired gaming customer. Under this contract, PARPRO will provide sheet metal fabrication, finishing and full integration, plus printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) for the customer’s flagship high performance slot machine.

“PARPRO’s expertise in delivering high performance slot machines has really elevated us to a top supplier in this space,” says Richard Ramonis, president, PARPRO Nevada. “More than ever, our customers are relying on our ability, as a single source, to deliver unique solutions that extend far beyond traditional manufacturing services, and this contract win further validates our role in this evolving gaming marketplace.”

Work under this contract will be carried out at multiple PARPRO facilities in the US and Taiwan. This contract is to be completed in 2017, however PARPRO anticipate this is only the beginning of a long-term relationship with this new emerging gaming customer.

About PARPRO

PARPRO is a full-service design & manufacturing company with an emphasis on ODM solutions. We offer a comprehensive engineering-rich hardware systems with low-to-high volume manufacturing and integration/test capabilities, and pride ourselves on delivering simple to complex solutions making our manufacturing offerings competitive at virtually any volume and with any sourcing strategy. We serve customers in the aerospace, gaming, telecommunications and industrial markets providing time savings and cost optimization by minimizing margin stacks throughout the value chain.

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