Summit Interconnect, Inc. Acquires Integrated Technology Ltd. (ITL Circuits)


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Summit Interconnect, Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of ITL Circuits.

Established in 1971 and located in Toronto, Canada, ITL Circuits is one of North America’s leading providers of printed circuit boards. The oldest and largest privately held PCB manufacturer in Canada, ITL Circuits provides a significant expansion of Summit’s operations in North America.

ITL Circuits is AS9100, NADCAP and MIL-PRF 31032 certified and has a long history of servicing military programs for the Canadian Department of National Defense (DND) prime contractors and Australian Defense Force (ADF) primes.  ITL Circuits is also a long time supplier to the United States DOD prime contractors under U.S. ITAR 126.5 under the Canadian Controlled Goods (CGP) exemption.

Shane Whiteside, president and CEO of Summit Interconnect, Inc. stated, “ITL’s capabilities complement Summit’s and will provide additional volume manufacturing capacity across a broad range of technology. The additional and meaningful scale will further strengthen our ability to serve our customers and broaden our relationships with key suppliers. This is very exciting news for both Summit and ITL and we welcome our new Toronto employees to the Summit team.”

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