(PRWEB) January 02, 2013
Bittele Electronics Inc., a Toronto-based firm specializing in prototype and low volume printed circuit board (PCB) assembly, announced today that its Hard-to-Find Parts Sourcing Service, which locates the most elusive electronic components and saves customers time and costs in PCB manufacturing, has expanded the service to include cross-referenced and substitution parts which are sourced from a wider network of suppliers in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, mainland China, and other Asian regions.
To successfully fabricate PCBs, an electronics manufacturer needs not only design, layout, and fabrication capabilities, but also a reliable supply chain that can procure electronic components and associated parts to meet lead-times and delivery dates. When obsolete, long lead-time, and other hard-to-find electronic components delay production schedules due to unavailability, customers typically lose value time and incur additional costs. To overcome the problem of sourcing hard-to-find electronic components, Bittele Electronics has invested in the development of its procurement services by expanding both its supplier network and its capabilities for sourcing cross-referenced and equivalent substitution parts.
“Tough sourcing problems are one of our specialties. Bittele realizes our clients need a reliable business partner who can guarantee production lead times. The expansion of our Hard-To-Find Part Sourcing is another example of our commitment to the success of our customers,” says Ben Yang, General Manager of Bittele Electronics.
“Bittele has its own unique global IC sources. ICs made in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, mainland China and other Asian regions can often be readily sourced. Obsolete, Long Lead Time & other Hard to Find Electronic Components can be located from our extensive supplier network,” adds Yang.
Bittele Electronics has been in operation since 2003 and has established themselves as a turn-key printed circuit board (PCB) assembly service provider. They further provide expertise and consulting in design for manufacture (DfM) questions. Learn more about Bittele's PCB Assembly services by visiting http://www.7pcb.ca