PFC Appoints Pentagon Technology as New Representative


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PFC Flexible Circuits Limited, a North American manufacturer and assembler of flexible printed circuits and rigid-flex, has hired Pentagon Technology Inc. of Van Nuys California, as its manufacturers representative in Northern California, Nevada, and Washington State.

“We are thrilled to hire such a great group of professionals with a long history of designing and selling flex circuits,” said Mike Morando, VP Sales and Marketing at PFC. “The relationship is very synergistic."

“We look forward to selling the advanced processes offered by PFC, including fine-line, miniature component assembly, and specialty substrates, to our many customers who are ready to move up to the next generation of flex circuit capabilities,” said Donna Materna, President of Pentagon Technology. 

“Both companies will be exhibiting at multiple trade shows this winter-spring on the west coast. We believe this will jump start new opportunities”, said Morando, BIOMEDevice Show in December in San Jose is the first opportunity to market together. In January, at the DesignCon Show in Santa Clara, CA, PFC will be making a new technology announcement with DuPont and Taconics on materials and constructions for high speed, low loss applications.

About PFC

PFC Flexible Circuits designs, manufactures and assembles flexible printed circuits, all under one roof. Circuit types include single- and double-sided, multi-layer and rigid flex. PFC can provide 50 micron line and space in production and assemble circuits using 1005 components. Specialties include high-speed low-loss, impedance-controlled circuits. PFC offers a large library of UL-approved materials and is ISO 9001 and 13485 approved.

About Pentagon Technology

Pentagon Technology, Inc. (“The Pentagon Company”), Manufacturers’ Representatives, has been working at the early stage design-in level with OEMs in the Medical, Aerospace, Semicon, Military, Telecom and other high-reliability markets to specify our principals’ unique processes and custom electromechanical components - most notably flex circuits and flex heaters - since 1960 in California and the Western States.   

 

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