CARROLLTON, Texas, 11 March 2016. Two Texas-based AS9100- and Mil-Spec-certified companies, Electro Plate Circuitry (EPC) and Dragon Circuits (DCI), have merged printed circuit operations. “The combination of these two companies has created an energized organization with increased manufacturing capacity, decreased costs, and greater resources to support current and new markets,” officials say. “This synergy is a game-changer for customers, suppliers, and stakeholders.”
By joining forces, the combined company will continue to grow business in the military, space, and radio-frequency (RF)/microwave circuit sector. The merged organization operates out of EPC’s Carrollton, Texas, location, and will make significant upgrades to equipment resources, manufacturing technologies, and personnel.
EPC and Dragon Circuits have over 80 years of combined experience supporting aerospace and defense high-reliability circuit applications. Dragon brings additional experience with flex circuitry, medical devices, Internet of Things (IoT), drones and robotics, open-source hardware, and many more exciting markets.
As a result of the merger, EPC’s list of reputable clientele grows. Some long-standing customers include various NASA Centers, National Laboratories, Ball Aerospace, Harris Corporation, General Dynamics, General Atomics, BAE Systems, Boeing, DRS, Bell Helicopter, Lockheed, Texas Instruments, and Raytheon.
EPC’s mission is to serve current and future customers with exceptional levels of service, extreme reliability, and industry-leading manufacturing technologies, officials explain.
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