Southern Arizona Recognizes Yarbrough Electronics Sales (YES) as Outstanding Manufacturer of the Year

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The Arizona Technology Council, along with the Arizona Commerce Authority, celebrated the seventh annual Southern Arizona Tech + Business Expo on October 30th with over 80 exhibitors and 450+ attendees.  The AZTC annually recognizes member organizations that stand out in a number of categories. This year the AZTC recognized Yarbrough Electronics Sales (YES), Tucson’s premier contract manufacturing company as its Manufacturer of the Year.

When making the announcement and presentation to YES Present and CEO Darrel Yarbrough, the AZTC said, “This year’s Manufacturer of the Year recipient Yarbrough Electronics Sales is a company that has grown over the years to be a premier provider of electronics and circuit board assemblies."  

Yarbrough Electronics Sales is a family-owned company with an international customer base that demands high-reliability products for health care, human safety, defense, and other mission-critical applications.

About receiving this honor, Mr. Yarbrough said, “This means so much to me and the rest of the company. We have all been working very hard these past few years to increase our technology, our capabilities, our quality, and our service value. It is wonderful to be recognized for our efforts. I look forward to bringing this award home to the team. I assure you it is greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.”

About Yarbrough Electronics Sales (YES)

YARBROUGH ELECTRONICS SALES, INC. is a contract manufacturer for the medical, military, homeland security, and industrial communities. For over 30 years, they have established a reputation for high quality, flexibility, and responsibility to their customers. They are committed to solving the challenges facing the domestic electronics industry.



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