PNC Open House—Around the Corner!


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PNC.jpgOn Friday May 20, PNC Inc. will hold its first open house. In the making for months, the event promises to be a unique experience for all who attend. PNC has recently made vast expansions to its headquarters facility in Nutley, in both square footage and equipment. From upgrades in process and quality control, to a state of the art new assembly department, attendees will be treated to a firsthand look at one of the country’s leading providers of rigid, rigid-flex and flex PCBs.

The event has been separated into two, identical segments to facilitate the schedules of all invitees. The day begins with a full breakfast and welcome from PNC President and CEO Sam Sangani, with discussions about the current state of the industry, what it can do to advance as a whole, and a tour of PNC’s headquarters.

From 1–2 p.m., there will be a short break for lunch service. Following lunch, the second segment will begin. Guests may attend one or both sessions and stay for light snacks and cocktails following the second session.

In anticipation of this very first open house event for PNC, Sam Sangani said, “We look forward to showcasing our additions as well as the opportunity to meet key members of the PCB industry. Not only do we wish to display our expansions, we are more excited about the prospect of bringing together the PCB community from designers all the way to assembly houses.”

About PNC

PNC Inc. is located in Nutley, N.J. and is one of the country’s leading providers of rigid, rigid-flex and flex PCBs and the largest of their kind in the region. They are committed to providing their customers with innovative solutions for their PCB design, fabrication and assembly needs and work side-by-side with visionary engineers and buyers in all technologies, including but not limited to: High-frequency RF/microwave boards, audio, defense, aerospace and medical. They combine the latest technology with their multi-decade experience to deliver world class PCB solutions to customers.

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