NCAB Group USA Opens New Division on the West Coast


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NCAB Group, one of the world’s largest suppliers of printed circuit boards (PCBs) with headquarters in Sweden, is pleased to announce that it is expanding to support a growing customer base in the west with the opening of its first west coast office. Located at 1499 SE Tech Center Drive, Vancouver, WA, the office is just across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon.

Speaking at the official office opening, Carl Moehring, the newly appointed General Manager of the West Division, stated, “One of NCAB’s key values is to be local to our customers, and this office further enhances our ability to bring NCAB’s global strength to customers here on the west coast.” Moehring continued, “NCAB’s commitment to customer service and support is unmatched in the PCB supply chain.”

Mr. Moehring has been with NCAB Group USA since 2013 and was the company’s Western Region Sales Manager prior to his promotion to General Manager – NCAB Group USA – West Division. Hehas an extensive background in the electronics industry with a focus on PCB sales and service.

The NCAB Group USA Divisions provides local access for customers supported by the strength of a large global enterprise. These regional divisions are dedicated to the local market, providing customers with immediate access to technical and commercial assistance. NCAB Group – West Division will provide immediate support for customers in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, Colorado, Utah and Arizona.

Founded in 1993 in Sweden, NCAB quickly became a leading PCB supplier in Europe and has experienced growth every year. Today, NCAB Group is established in; Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Russia, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Macedonia, China and the USA.

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