Zero Defects' Partner, Epoch, Relocating to Silicon Valley


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Epoch International (EPOCH), a high-tech PCBA design and engineering services company with offices in Los Alamitos, California and Dalian, China, announced a strategic move to relocate its corporate headquarters and all operations to a state-of-the-art facility in Fremont, California.

With a growing client base in electronics design and development, Epoch President Foad Ghalili said, “The key impetus for the decision to establish our presence in Silicon Valley is primarily to be close to our high-growth, high-tech clients. By leveraging on Silicon Valley’s environment, we will be enabled to even more efficiently offer a complete spectrum of design and services, from concept to final product.”

The facilities in Fremont and Dalian have identical equipment and processes for a seamless transfer of projects from one site to another.

About Epoch International

Epoch International is a high-tech design engineering and manufacturing services company with design and prototyping capabilities in California and higher volume manufacturing in Dalian, China. Zero Defects International has been a strategic partner for almost 20 years.

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