Murray Percival Company to Exhibit at West Penn Expo

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Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, today announced plans to exhibit in booth #9 at the West Penn Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place April 2, 2019 at the DoubleTree Monroeville in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.

Murray Percival Company will be attending in order to support some of their leading vendors including:

  • SCHUNK, the industry’s leading supplier of routing systems.
  • Cluso, top provider of SMT reel storage solutions.
  • Alpha, a full line supplier of materials used in the electronic assembly process such as solder paste, stencils, bar solder, and wire solver.
  • Apollo Seiko, a frontrunner in the automated soldering industry.

For more information on Murray Percival and their line card, stop by booth #9 at the show.

About Murray Percival

Murray Percival Company was founded in January of 1960, and subsequently incorporated in the state of Michigan as the Murray A. Percival Company. They are currently the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, offering thousands of capital and distribution products as well as the industry’s leading process enabler.



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