Screaming Circuits Wins Service Excellence Award

Canby, OR (PRWEB) April 26, 2009

Screaming Circuits today announced that it had received an award at the 2009 Service Excellence Awards (SEAs) for Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) providers. The awards program was sponsored by Circuits Assembly magazine and recognized EMS companies that received the highest customer service ratings as judged by their own customers. The ceremony was held on March 30, at the IPC APEX Expo in Las Vegas, Nev.

Screaming Circuits received the award for Manufacturing Quality in the category for EMS companies with revenues under $ 20 million. This is the second year in a row that Screaming Circuits has won in the SEAs competition.

“This award sends a positive message to our team and will encourage us to work even harder to set the standard in quickturn prototype services,” said Duane Benson, Screaming Circuits’ marketing manager.

About Screaming Circuits:

Screaming Circuits quotes, receives and processes online quick-turn prototype pc board assembly orders for customers nationwide at http://www.screamingcircuits.com. We assemble kitted, turn-key and RoHS designs. With automated ordering, live phone support, an on-time guarantee and a 10% first-order discount, Screaming Circuits is a full-service Internet-based prototype specialist.

Screaming Circuits was formed in 2003 as a quick-turn prototype division of MEC, a privately held ISO 9001-certified contract manufacturer, offering design and turnkey production volume assembly services to blue chip OEMs. For more information, visit Screaming Circuits on the web at http://www.screamingcircuits.com or the company blog at blog.screamingcircuits.com.

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