2011 05 30  |  NEWS

NCAB Group opens in France

NCAB Group expands its activities in France. The start up of the new company is a part of our strategy to be close to our customers and offer strong local support.

Carol Ouchakoff is the Managing Director of NCAB Group France SAS.
Carol has extensive experience from the PCB production industry and has
worked within sales and production of PCBs his entire career, latest from CIRE Group. More resources will be added during the expansion to be able to provide excellent customer service.

“With the concept of the NCAB Group we can continue our well
proven strategy to provide products and services for demanding
customers in France. The local presence in France and our factory
management organization in China are key points in delivering PCBs
on time with zero defects. Through our concept and high technical
knowledge, we can do the same job as the factories, but at a lower
total cost” quotes Carol Ouchakoff, Managing Director NCAB Group
France.

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