CTTi Partners with Horizon Sales to Open New IPC Training Center in Michigan

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Circuit Technology Training, Inc. (CTTi) is proud to announce the opening of a new IPC training center in Michigan, hosted by Horizon Sales in Brighton, Michigan. The new facility will expand CTTi’s portfolio of training centers, and will provide a new IPC training resource to electronics manufacturing customers in the Midwest.

Horizon Sales is an equipment and distribution group with over 25 years of experience. Horizon represents the industry’s leading manufacturers for component prep, inventory, storage and warehousing, assembly and soldering. Horizon Supply Group is the Midwest’s leading distributor for all electronics manufacturing needs including solder, fluxes, hand tools, soldering/de-soldering stations, anti-static protection, cleaning chemistries, and more.

CTTi currently has a team of six Master IPC trainers and nine training centers in the US, Costa Rica, and Mexico. CTTi, an organization of 29+ years, began primarily with a focus on the east coast; in the last 3 years, the company has expanded its reach to provide services nationwide both in our training centers and on-location at customer facilities.


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