PCT Engineered: Recent Global Expansion From A Midwest Manufacturer

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Eastern Iowa technology group sees increase in export business.

PCT BroadBeam EB System (EP Line)

PCT BroadBeam EB System (EP Line)

Export business for PCT has grown substantially in recent years, accounting for over half of our total annual sales last year

For a company that has been headquartered for over 25 years in Eastern Iowa just miles from the Mississippi River, PCT International Systems has been leaving its footprint in some exotic places recently. Most recently the company has moved into uncharted territory with their BroadBeam TM industrial electron beam (e-beam) systems.

“Export business for PCT has grown substantially in recent years, accounting for over half of our total annual sales last year,” notes Karl Swanson, PCT’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “Plus, recent activity indicates that our 2012 business internationally will be closer to 75%.”

Continued global expansion remains a priority. “We are actively involved in producing systems that are exported all over the world,” continues Swanson. Recently, PCT Engineered Systems have started projects with customers from Germany, Australia, Mexico, Taiwan, Poland and India, and they currently have initiatives pending in several other countries.

Located in Davenport, Iowa, PCT provides manufacturing engineering services, automation systems integration, and custom machine design worldwide. Specifically, the company continues to leverage itself as a global leader in the design and implementation of BroadBeam TM industrial eb systems (electron beam), which continue to grow in popularity as a fast, precise, cost-effective technology used for ink drying, curing, cross-linking and sterilization.

Additionally, PCT’s award-winning Innovation Group team of manufacturing engineers has extensive experience in empowering American manufacturers to improve their operations, serving as an automation solutions provider and systems integrator to increase productivity, achieve higher quality and improve safety.

Additional information about PCT can be found at http://www.teampct.com .

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