Zentech Manufacturing Acquires Trilogy Circuits


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Zentech Manufacturing, Inc., is pleased to announce the acquisition of Trilogy Circuits, LLC.

Trilogy Circuits, LLC , based in Richardson, TX., is AS9100D certified and has a near twenty-year legacy of providing exemplary high-technology electronics manufacturing services (EMS), products and support to the many military primes and other high-reliability industries, both in Texas and nationwide.

Following the transaction, Trilogy Circuits, LLC. will become Zentech Dallas (TX), and joins the Zentech family of companies that also includes Zentech Baltimore (MD) and Zentech Fredericksburg (VA).

Zentech is a portfolio company of New York City-based BlackBern Partners and is led by CEO Steve Pudles. Steve has a thirty-year track record of building EMS businesses with industry-leading technology, process, quality and customer service. He is a twenty-year member and past chairman of the Board of Directors of the IPC (Association Connecting Electronics Industries).

Steve commented, “We are extremely excited to welcome Charlie Capers and the Trilogy Circuits team to the Zentech family. The transaction was driven in large part by requests from our established military customers for Zentech to deliver our highly certified, high-complexity processing model to the Southwest region as they all have significant operations in this vibrant geography. Zentech is on the leading edge of many emerging DoD programs and the formation of Zentech Dallas will provide seamless engineering collaboration with our customers to support their mission-critical NPI requirements.”                             

Charles Capers, Founder of the acquired Trilogy Circuits, LLC., will continue to manage Zentech Dallas. He stated, “I am very honored to be working with Steve and the team at Zentech. The culture and the talent of the two companies is very similar and the synergies are many. As a Zentech company we will have access to greater resources, guidance and the working capital needed to grow the Zentech Dallas presence in the Southwest mil/aero sector."

About Zentech:
Zentech Manufacturing, Inc. is an engineering-driven electronics contract manufacturing organization specializing in the design and manufacture of highly complex electronic and RF circuit cards and assemblies with locations in Baltimore, MD., Fredericksburg, VA., and Richardson, TX.  Zentech maintains key certifications, including ISO 9001:2015, ITAR (US State Dept.), AS9100 (aerospace) and ISO 13485 (medical). In addition, Zentech is a certified IPC 610 Trusted Source supplier for Class 3 mission-critical electronics and the company is IPC J-STD-001 Space Addendum QML certified. Zentech supports many DoD programs and is NIST 800-171 Cyber compliant and is an IPC 1791 Trusted Assembler.

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