Lenthor Engineering Approved by Lockheed


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Lenthor Engineering, a California-based designer, manufacturer and assembler of flex and rigid-flex printed circuit boards (PCBs), has recently gained approval for their 53,000 sqft advanced flex and rigid-flex fabrication and assembly facility by Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMCO).

With this approval, Lenthor will be able to support both LMCO directly and all of their sub-contractors in the fulfillment of their high-priority defense contracts.

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