XLR8 Services Wins Top Honors for On-Time Delivery, Responsiveness, and Technology at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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On January 29th at a ceremony at IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego, Circuits Assembly Magazine announced the winners of its 2019 Service Excellence Awards (SEAs) for electronics manufacturing services. They recognized companies that received the highest customer service ratings.

For companies with sales under $20 million, XLR8 SERVICES had the highest scores in three individual service categories with top honors for dependability/timely delivery, responsiveness, and technology.

XLR8 Services President, Jason Powell said, "I'm excited and humbled that we have been awarded top honors for a second year in a row. I am very proud of our team and their accomplishments in supporting a fast paced and dynamic customer base.  We are honored to have received these awards. The team at XLR8 works very hard to be a leader within our market segment of supporting speed, technology, and rapid prototype services.  These awards are a confirmation by our customers that we are hitting the mark and that we are a leader in the niche we support."

The awards represent back to back years of industry recognition where in 2018 XLR8 Services was presented awards at the IPC APEX show for Quality, Responsiveness, and Technology.

About XLR8 Services, Inc.

Based in San Clemente, CA, XLR8 Services is a rapidly growing contract manufacturer that focuses on supporting start-up companies, the engineering community, as well as larger OEM's with rapid prototype services and small volume production for their printed circuit assemblies with a core focus on speed and technology.

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