Twisted Traces, a leading company in printed circuit board manufacturing, has shifted its offices and manufacturing facility to a new address within Illinois. The aim of the location change is to avail more business opportunities with different companies.
Elk Grove Village, Illinois - January 9, 2014 (PressReleasePoint)
Twisted Traces, one of the leading US service providers of printed circuit board manufacturing has moved to an exciting new location. The company was originally located at 852 Lively Boulevard, Wood Dale in Illinois. Now, the new destination of Twisted Traces is 725 Nicholas Boulevard, Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
Elk Grove Village comprises one of the largest industrial parks in the United States. Many well-known companies from the fields of medicine, electrical components, data processing, printing, and material sciences have their offices within this park.
The team at Twisted Traces knew that shifting the office to this strategic location would provide immense opportunities to offer its customized printed board PCB design, prototyping, testing, and assembly solutions to the esteemed companies.
This will help Twisted Traces to meet its goal of offering unparalleled printed circuit boards made in America with offshore prices. The team of engineers at Twisted Traces is enthusiastic about creating new business relationships with their cutting-edge PCB products and services.
About Twisted Traces:
Twisted Traces uses the latest technology and manufacturing facilities to provide customized printed circuit board solutions. With over 30 years of experience, the highly experienced team of designers and engineers can provide complete PCB services from concept to completion. The company has the design and manufacturing capabilities to take on low, medium, and high requirement projects.
Manufacturing, PCB Manufacturing, Illinois
725 Nicholas Blvd.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
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