Colonial Circuits: A Veteran-Owned Small BusinessOctober 11, 2016 | Colonial Circuits
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Mark Osborn, president and founder of Colonial Circuits, a truly American board shop specializing in the fabrication of high-technology PCBs, is also a proud Vietnam veteran who is still serving our country by building PCBs for most of America’s critical defense and aerospace programs. Osborn is now the sole owner of Colonial Circuits, thus giving the company the official status of Veteran-Owned Small Business.
Commenting on his company’s new status, Osborn said, “The fact that Colonial Circuits is now officially a Veteran-Owned Small Business is very important to me as well as something that I take very seriously. As a marine I served the citizens of our country and now as a business owner I ask that you let me serve you, the customer. We are not only building boards for many of America’s defense and aerospace programs but also for many other important programs especially those that require ITAR certification.”
About Colonial Circuits
Colonial Circuits is one of the industry’s foremost providers of high technology printed circuit boards. In business for 36 years the company produces the highest Quality circuit boards for the military, aerospace and commercial markets.
They are fully ITAR registered and are qualified to build military and defense boards as well as commercial boards. They are also the first PCB fabricator to qualify for the new IPC 1071 Specification. Besides rigid boards in a variety of materials including thermal management materials they also produce flex and rigid flex printed circuits.
Whatever their customer needs are from small run quick turn products in as little as 24 hours to mid volume runs, Colonial can be counted on. Rated as one of the top companies in the country, Colonial Circuits prides itself in customer service. Colonial Circuits is a proud Veteran-Owned Small Business.
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