Circuit Technology Acquires Minnesota-Based Training Organization


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Circuit Technology Inc. (CTI), a leading IPC and soldering training organization, is pleased to announce that it has acquired STC, a Minnesota-based training organization.

Circuit Technology will retain John Gammell, founder of STC, as well as all of STC’s customers. This acquisition increases Circuit Technology’s ability to service customers in the Midwest and Western states. 

Bob Doetzer, Circuit Technology’s president, said, “The addition of such an excellent trainer as John Gammell and the active customers serviced by STC makes for a great fit. It enables us to service our current customer growth as well as add new capability for future growth.” 

John Gammell, STC president, added, “Joining a training organization with such a great reputation with customers made this an easy decision. It provides the best service for my customers and I can focus on training and curriculum development, which is my true passion.”

About Circuit Technology Inc. (CTI)

Circuit Technology Inc. is a manufacturer’s representative and IPC training group. The products represented by the company are used in electronics manufacturing and cover nearly every facet of circuit board production and repair, as well as semiconductor assembly and inspection. For more information, visit www.circuittechnology.com.

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