Bittele Electronics' Offers New Quick-Turn PCB Assembly Service


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Bittele Electronics, a Toronto-based PCB assembly and manufacturing firm specializing in full turn-key PCB printed circuit board  assembly for prototype quantities as well as small-volume to mid-volume production runs, announced today a new quick-turn PCB turnkey assembly service that will enable the prototyping and low volume production of PCBs that ship in as little as 6 days.

Bittele’s Markham, Ontario, manufacturing facility, featuring state-of-the-art automated assembly equipment, is focused on providing customers with the fastest turn time possible.

"We invested in the Markham facility in June 2019 and now employ 52 people in Ontario. Using world class, high-tech equipment, we supply PCBs to many customers across Canada," says Ben Yang, CEO of Bittele Electronics Inc. 

Since 2003, Bittele Electronics has offered PCB manufacturing and assembly services to clients in the aerospace, military, medical, and commercial industries, ranging from simple prototypes PCBs to complex designs.

Mr. Yang adds, “Quality is Bittele’s number one priority. With this announcement customers will receive the same high-quality PCB fabrication and assembly, but now at a reduced turn time.”

Bittele offers rush turnkey PCB assembly that is proudly Ontario made. It procures parts using only trusted North American vendors. Orders ship to customers via FedEx International Priority to ensure PCBs are delivered as soon as possible.

To ensure proper manufacturability and the lowest manufacturing costs, Bittele pre-checks all design files before production. 

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