Computrol to Exhibit at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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Computrol, Inc. plans to exhibit in booth no. 2522 at the IPC APEX EXPO 2019, scheduled to take place January 29-31, 2019 at the San Diego Convention Center in California. Core to its business, Computrol continues to focus on prototyping and low to medium volume, high mix production of PCB, box build, cable harness and backplane assemblies.

Computrol's advanced low-volume electronics manufacturing capabilities allow the company to produce cost-effective custom assemblies and products with JIT-dependability, flexibility and world-class quality. The company is able to manufacture high quality products in small to medium lot sizes.

Computrol has a long history of providing award-winning electronics contract manufacturing services and support to blue-chip customers ranging from military and medical electronics, to telecommunications and computer peripherals for 35 years. The company continues to build on its core services and capabilities by investing in versatile, high-speed manufacturing equipment and technology, as well as continuing training programs for employees.

Some of the company’s recent investments include the Spea 4050 Flying Probe, a Nordson DAGE Ruby FP X-ray system, two MV-7 OMNI 3D In-Line AOI Machines from MIRTEC at each facility, and three KY-8030-3 in-line, fully automated SPI systems from Koh Young Technology.

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