Yarbrough Electronics Sales Increases Manufacturing Capacity


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To accommodate growth rate during the past few months, Yarbrough Electronics Sales (YES) has added a second SMT line, an additional MYDATA equipment, to double their capacity.

“Things have been going extremely well for the past year. Besides our solid base of good legacy customers, we have been adding customers in new markets as well,” said Darrel Yarbrough, founder and president of YES. “We are also pleased to mention the completion of our ITAR registration. This opens up opportunities to build more products for military customers. As one of the only contract manufacturers in our area, we are always looking to add local businesses to our national portfolio.”

About Yarbrough Electronics Sales, Inc.

Yarbrough Electronics Sales, Inc. is a contract manufacturer for the medical, military, homeland security, and industrial communities. For over 30 years, we have established a reputation for high quality, flexibility, and responsibility to our customers. We are committed to solving the challenges facing the domestic electronics industry.

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