Niche Electronics Assigns FabSource to Handle Their Southeast Business Development


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Frank Bowman, President of Niche Electronics, has announced that his company has signed the professional sales representative firm of FabSource to handle their business development in the Southeastern, United States

FabSource is a team of seasoned professionals dedicated to offering their customers a complete line of electronics solutions, from PCBs to Assembly to Cables. They have a proven track record of success in their section of the country and are known for excellent customer service and care.

When making the announcement Mr. Bowman said, “We feel that FabSource provides an excellent complement to our company. With them on board we feel strongly that we will continue to increase our presence in the Southeast.”

Added Keith Schermerhorn, President of FabSource, “We are pleased and honored to be representing both Niche Electronics and their sister division, QCMS in the Southeast and we look forward to a future that will be a success for both of our companies.”

About Niche Electronics

Established in 1997 by a team of experienced engineers and technicians, Niche Electronics provides electronic manufacturing services to high tech companies, ranging from commercial to sophisticated military programs. Niche specializes in prototype to high volume, high complexity circuit board assembly, including unit level integration and test. ISO & ITAR Certified.

Quality Certifications: ISO 9001:2015 • IPC-A-610, J-STD-001 • IPC-A-610E TRAINER • ITAR CERTIFIED For more information go to: www.niche-electronics.com and www.fabsourcegroup.com

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