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Advanced Circuits Announces Expansion, Additional Jobs at Its Aurora Corporate Headquarters

Advanced Circuits, Inc., the third largest circuit board fabricator in North America, announced at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 10, 2013 that it has selected Aurora for expansion of its manufacturing and administrative operations. The 52,000 sf expansion grows the Aurora corporate headquarters facility to 113,000 sf with 274 employees and the potential to now add 50 new jobs.

The expanded facility, located in Majestic Commerce Center at 21303 E. 32nd Parkway in Aurora, enables the expansion of current capabilities in Advanced Circuits’ printed circuit board operations and provides additional space for the company’s assembly division.

“At a time when many manufacturers have turned to outsourcing to offshore locations, Advanced Circuits is proud to feature 100 percent U.S.-based manufacturing and continues to provide stable job opportunities not only in Colorado but in many states across America,” said John Yacoub, President and CEO of Advanced Circuits. “This addition will also house all of our administrative personnel including our sales, engineering, information technology, finance, human resources and marketing departments,” Yacoub said.

The Honorable Steve Hogan, Mayor of Aurora, CO was on hand and offered the following remarks: “On behalf of the entire Aurora community, we are proud to partner with and support Advanced Circuits as they expand their business and grow economic and job opportunities for our community. Advanced Circuits is recognized as a world leader for innovation and quality products for the printed circuit board industry and that recognition brings a strong source of pride to Aurora.”

“With its nearly 25 percent growth rate over the past five years, addition of 48 employees in the last two years, and zero layoffs in the company’s history, Advanced Circuits is a highly valued member of our community,” stated Wendy Mitchell, President and CEO of the Aurora Economic Development Council. “The Aurora Economic Development Council and the city of Aurora have worked closely with Advanced Circuits over the years and we are thrilled to support them as they expand.”

Advanced Circuits has invested $10 million over the past three years in its Aurora facility with $7 million of that invested in the past 12 months.

About Advanced Circuits

Since 1989, Advanced Circuits has been leading the PCB industry in Quality and Innovation for prototype through large scale production manufacturing and now provides full assembly capabilities. With acquisitions over the past four years in New Hampshire, Tempe, AZ, and Maple Grove, MN, Advanced Circuits is now ranked among the top three board fabricators in North America. The Company is well-known for its reliability and customer excellence and has become a leader in not only the commercial PCB arena but also in the high-reliability, military/aerospace/defense, and high technology marketplace. An innovator in PCB services, Advanced Circuits offers Free Design for Manufacturability checks at www.FreeDFM.com and Free downloads for PCB layout software at www.pcbartist.com. For more information on Advanced Circuits, visit www.4pcb.com. Advanced Circuits is DOD Cleared, MIL-PRF-31032, MIL-PRF-55110G, AS9100C, and ISO 9001:2008 Certified, IPC 6012 Class 2, 3 and 3A Qualified, and ITAR Registered.

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