IEC and atg Luther & Maelzer Expand Supplier Relationship

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International Electronic Components Inc (IEC), and atg Luther & Maelzer are pleased to announce the growth of their supplier relationship.  IEC has been representing ATG, distributing high-speed, precision PCB test systems, for over 10 years. The partners have been working together over the last year to broaden their scope in order to continue bringing exemplary collaboration, supported by state-of-the-art test equipment, to the printed circuit board industry. Previously, IEC enjoyed distributorship of atg Luther & Maelzer in Canada and in the United States (Washington, Oregon, Northern California & Arizona).  A territory transition was completed as of January 1st, 2021 and now includes all North Eastern, Mid-Atlantic & South Eastern States as well as a large portion of the Mid-West. IEC and atg look forward to a long and successful relationship bringing the industry their very best, every time!  



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