PNC Inc. Appoints New Sales Representative for the West Coast


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PNC Inc. has signed KT Technical Sales as their newest sales representative for the West Coast. KT Tech President Ken Thompson has more than two decades of experience in the industry and is backed by a highly competent and experienced staff.

KT Technical Sales is an independent manufacturer representative firm serving California and the greater Southwestern U.S.. They represent various companies including PC board manufacturers, makers of custom sheet metal and enclosures, wire and cable protection solutions, LCD solutions and power supplies.

“PNC Inc. is one of most unique PC board manufacturers we’ve ever come across. They have the ability to turn any concept or idea into a physical product you can hold in your hands in a very short amount of time. That facet of their company alone has us very excited to be working with them,” said Thompson.

The dedication to increasing PNC Inc.’s footprint in the Southwest has become apparent in discussions with the two companies. Said Sam Sangani, CEO of PNC Inc., “PNC has many exciting developments on the West Coast and after speaking with Ken and the rest of the KT team, we felt that they’d be the ideal team in our ventures going forward in that region.”

About PNC Inc.

PNC Inc. is located in Nutley, NJ and is one of the country’s leading providers of rigid, rigid-flex and flex PCBs and the largest of their kind in the region. After adopting the Total Concept philosophy, PNC is now able to provide customers with PCB design, fabrication and assembly solutions. This enables them to be a “one stop shop” for all things PC board related. They are continuously expanding their extensive list of state-of-the-art equipment while maintaining a focus on energy and cost efficiency in order to provide the best product possible.

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