TGMC and Partner Electronics unveil complete design-to-manufacturing service

“Together we plan to offer customers a ‘one-stop shop’ for all our customers’ electronic development and production needs,” said Richard Rydon, Managing Director at PEL. “The collaboration with TGMC provides PEL’s customers with direct access to a highly efficient and modern UK-based PCB assembly facility as an extension to our existing low-volume prototype level production capability. We are confident that our customers will benefit from this service, which will complement our existing services.”

The new UK-based electronic design-to-manufacturing service offers consistency from conception right through to production, both simplifying the process and reducing administrative effort and costs.

According to Ray Mann, Managing Director of TGMC, “This collaboration means we will be able to offer a full electronic design service to complement our PCB assembly plant. We believe this will give our customers the edge they need in these times of financial restraint.”

Outside of the collaboration the two companies will remain independent, each offering their existing and growing range of service products. However the partnership is expected to drive new opportunities for both companies, which will enhance and complement their existing business.

Partner Electronics is an electronics and software design company founded in 2007, which specialises in working closely with its technical customers to achieve results as fast and as cost effectively as possible.

TGMC is a customer-focused contract electronic manufacturing company that grew from an industry-academic partnership first established in 1999.

TGMC will be exhibiting at Southern Manufacturing 2012 at FIVE, Farnborough, Hampshire, on 15 – 16 February 2012. TGMC and PEL staff will be available on Stand E72 to give more information about the new collaboration.

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