AMI Increases Capabilities, Capacity with New Equipment

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Greg Boyd, president of AMI EMS, has announced that his company has increased its capacity by acquiring new equipment that includes two JUKI SMT machines and two additional DEK screen printers as well as a new coating machine.

“We are very fortunate to be able to say that our business has been steadily increasing during the past year driving us to increase our capabilities and our capacity by acquiring this new equipment, to make sure that we are able to serve our customers In the best and most efficient way possible. As an employee-owned company we take our capital investments very seriously, making sure that we are getting the very best equipment for our hard-earned dollars. (It’s a Maine Yankee thing.) We certainly appreciate the trust that our customers put into AMI every time they place an order with us, and our goal is to never let them down,” Boyd says.



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