Niche Electronics Exhibits at Greater Philadelphia Design 2 Parts Show


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Frank Bowman, president of Niche Electronics, has announced that his company will be exhibiting at this year’s Greater Philadelphia Design 2 Parts Show to be held October 23-24 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania.

When making the announcement Mr. Bowman said, “ As part of our ongoing marketing effort we are investigating the possibility of attending more trade shows; and this one, The Design 2 Parts show seems to really fit what we are looking for. As a customer-focused contract manufacturer, we are dedicated to concentrating on and meeting and exceeding our customers’ needs. And the best way to do that is to get out there and meet face to face with not only our current customers but future potential customers as well. And since we are located in this area this show in Oaks, Pennsylvania seems like a great place to start.”

Meet the Niche Electronics team at booth 321.

About Niche Electronics

Established in 1997 by a team of experienced engineers and technicians, Niche Electronics provides electronic manufacturing services to high tech companies, ranging from commercial to sophisticated military programs. Niche specializes in prototype to high volume, high complexity circuit board assembly, including unit level integration and test. ISO & ITAR certified.

For more information visit www.niche-electronics.com.

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