APCT is proud to announce that we can now produce Federal government PCBs. In January 2018, APCT acquired Cirtech, a manufacturer in Southern California with defense and aerospace certifications. Now a division of APCT, Cirtech’s team provides decades of experience as a US Government PCB manufacturer and the necessary qualifications to create PCBs for government agencies, defense contractors, and private firms. We have injected $3 million dollars into the operation in Orange, California to add production shifts and state-of-the-art equipment. With this investment and our experienced team, APCT is poised to create government printed circuit boards for your organization.
A Federal Government PCB Manufacturer You Can Trust
APCT offers a Broad Range of Technologies for Federal Government PCBs. We can produce Mil-Spec certified Rigid, Flex, and Rigid-Flex printed circuit boards for our valued customers. Our high-quality boards can be used for various military, defense, and aerospace purposes.
With recent acquisitions, APCT is now one of the largest privately held PCB manufacturers in the United States. Although we are growing, we remain dedicated to our core values: Passion, Commitment, and Trust. We were founded with a passion for PCB and emerging technologies. We are committed to our customers and producing results. Over years in the PCB business, we have become known as the manufacturer you can trust. As we continue to grow, expand our offerings, and “Say Yes!” to more of our customers’ needs, you can rely on APCT to stand by our foundational values.
As a US Government PCB manufacturer, we will bring these qualities to every interaction. You can rely on detailed engineering support from our DFM team, clear communication from design stage to delivery, and a streamlined process. Our team in Orange, California is extremely experienced in Federal Government PCBs and brings their knowledge of working with defense contractors and advanced technology, enabling superior execution of your product. Call (714) 921-0860 to order your Federal Government PCBs today.