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Asian Circuits Inc. Relocates Headquarters to Northern California

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SOURCE Asian Circuits Inc.

DUBLIN, Calif., June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Asian Circuits Inc., a contract PCB manufacturer that specializes in turn-key printed circuit board assembly, is pleased to announce it has relocated its headquarters from Scarborough, Canada, to a new building located at 11501 Dublin Blvd., #200, Dublin, CA, as of June 27th, 2014.

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The relocation brings the company's sales, marketing and technical support functions closer to its customers and business partners, and positions the company for its continued growth strategies. Asian Circuits' production and PCB assembly facilities will continue to be located in Shenzhen, China.

"This new facility brings with it a multitude of benefits both for Asian Circuits and those with whom we do business," says Qin Mei Kuan, Asian Circuits' General Manager. "Being headquartered in Silicon Valley will allow us to gain tremendous insight and knowledge about the continual progression of technology, as well as the assets needed in PCB manufacturing and assembly facilities."

The Dublin, California office is significantly larger than the previous one in Canada. "The larger office provides us with a greatly improved working environment, as well as room for our continued expansion. We look forward to welcoming everyone into our new facility!" says Mr.  Kuan.

The company has not changed its phone number and extensions. Asian Circuits can be contacted at 1-888-371-5478 with any questions or concerns.

The new HQ address is:

Asian Circuits Inc. HQ 
11501 Dublin Blvd., #200  
Dublin, CA 94568 
United States

About Asian Circuits Inc.

Founded in 2012, with headquarters in Dublin, CA, and production facilities in Shenzhen, China, Asian Circuits Inc., a contract PCB assembly company, is an expert in mid- and high-run printed circuit board assembly. Its staff of 600 consists of 450 associates in PCB fabrication and 150 in circuit board assembly. It is an ISO9001, IPC-A600 and IPC A610 compliant company. For additional information, please visit http://www.7pcbassembly.com

Contacts

Asian Circuits, Inc.  
Ege Caliskan,  
1-888-371-5478

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