Exception PCB Solutions Design Service Boosts CID+ Qualifications


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Exception PCB Solutions growth and development in 2015 continues with a focus on service including additional investment in Exception’s Integrated PCB Design Service which is proving to be highly popular.

This has resulted in increased growth not only from existing customers, but also from many new customers across a range of sectors.

Heading up the design service is Neil Day, who last week (Week comm 22nd June 15) completed the IPC PCB Designer Certification Program and became qualified as an Advanced Certified Interconnect Designer (CID+) In addition Technical Support Manager, Paul Beech has completed the IPC CID training course and attained CID Certification.

Sales Director Clive Wall commented “The PCB design service we can offer our customers complements our UK manufacturing and our offshore PCB supply, enabling us to offer a superb service that takes a product from concept to realisation. Our design team all have the PCB manufacturing experience, are fully qualified IPC-CID designers. There is a real focus on design for manufacture approach to give both reliability and cost advantages.”

About Exception

Exception PCB Solutions, based in Tewkesbury UK are a leading PCB producer specialising in time critical and standard delivery for a vast range of technologies including HDI, flex, flex-rigid PCB across many sectors including military, aerospace, medical, industrial and telecoms. With the option of comprehensive PCB design services Exception offers the complete PCB solution.

Exception’s parent company Fastprint publicly listed on the Shenzhen stock exchange are global leaders in small and medium volume PCB manufacture. With a long term growth plan, Exception’s strategy includes further development of an already strong European customer base.

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