Advanced Circuitry International Opens New Facility in Atlanta Georgia

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Advanced Circuitry International is pleased to announce the opening of its new 50K sq. ft. State-of-the-Art production facility located in Atlanta Georgia.

Bryan Ricke, Director of Sales and Business Development Stated, “Our new facility has been designed from the ground up to provide RF/Microwave PCB’s of unparalleled quality with the best pricing and cycle times in the industry.  The new facility highlights our commitment to “Made in America” and provides a cost efficient North American alternative geared completely to the RF community”. 

About Advanced Circuitry International

ADVANCED CIRCUITRY INTERNATIONAL is a world class supplier of RF/Microwave and Antenna PCBs. We have four state-of-the-art facilities on three continents to serve our customers.  From rapid prototype development to large scale production ramp-ups we supply many notable OEM’s and EMS service companies around the world.

Please come and visit us at IMS2016 Booth 2349, May 24-26 2016.     

Advanced Circuitry International *3464 Howell Street, Duluth, GA*770.622.2200*. For more information, click here.



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