Meet with Award-Winning Murray Percival Co. at IPC APEX 2023

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The Murray Percival Company, the award-winning leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, is pleased to announce their sales force will be in attendance at the IPC APEX EXPO 2023. As a courtesy, Murray Percival sales team likes to arrange appointments for customers at key exhibits on the show floor. Their experienced team will ensure that you speak to the right people and see the newest technologies to get the most out of your show experience. The sales team will be at the show, taking place in San Diego, CA at the San Diego Convention Center, from Tuesday, Jan 24-Thursday, Jan 26, 2023.

“After winning Distributor of the Year two years running, we are ready to prove once again to our customers and principals the value that we bring to this important show,” said MARCOM Manager Mark Percival Jr. “Our lineup of leading brands in the industry are ready to meet our customers, make new introductions, and demonstrate how the latest and greatest technology can improve their processes.”

Last month the company was awarded Distributor of the Year by the Global Technology Awards for the second year in a row by Global SMT & Packaging at SMTA International in Minnesota, MN. At the IPC APEX Expo, The Murray Percival Company will represent about 30 of the most prestigious companies in the electronics industry, including MIRTEC, SCHUNK, MacDermid Alpha, Kurtz Ersa, KYZEN, ITW EAE, Hanwha, Cluso, JBC, Identco, Apollo Seiko, EVS International and many more.


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