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Surface Mount Solutions Launches New Website
Date:8/14/2009

Surface Mount Solutions has launched a new Web 2.0 Website in an effort to not only provide circuit board assembly and design services, but also information on the SMT industry.

Campbell, California (PRWEB) August 14, 2009 -- Looking to provide more value to their current and future customers Surface Mount Solutions (SMS) has launched a new Web 2.0 website www.SurfaceMountSolutions.com. SMS already provides an excellent on-line quoting tool and is now expanding the capability of their website. SMS will continue its focus on providing high-quality cutting edge PCB assembly services but will now become a one stop shop for industry news and current trends in the industry.

The website will have a comprehensive aggregator that seeks out and compiles the most relevant industry information into one place. SMS is pleased to announce this free service as an outgrowth of its value-focused corporate culture. SMS' well earned reputation for providing quality products and services is now matched by its ability to provide the most current market news and data available. "SMS is pleased to announce its new website" stated Ryan Orosz, President and Head of Operations. "SMS' focus has always been on ensuring that customers received the best most innovative solutions at the best possible prices. Now, in addition to excellent products, they can also quickly tap into the best most current industry information available." SMS provides SMT and through-hole services and is always looking for ways to improve capability and accommodate the changing demands of their customers as technologies advance. The recent addition of a lead free capable reflow oven and selective solder equipment ensures SMS is capable of building any lead free project while retaining its capacity to fulfill any leade
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