Epec is proud to have completed several acquisitions throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
The investments have enabled Epec to become a global leader, with the best people, facilities, technology, and culture of innovation.
See our blog post on how to minimize risk when the factory manufacturing your PCBs closes for more information in regards to mergers and acquisitions in the circuit board industry.
Company Development & Acquisition Timeline
1952 – Epec Started in Waltham, MA
1999 – Acquired Capitol Circuits in Boston, MA
2001 – Acquired Syrtek in Syracuse, NY
2001 – Opened Our Operations in Shenzhen, China and Tao Yuen, Taiwan
2002 – Acquired Beaver Brook Circuits in Danbury, CT
2002 – Acquired PDI in Plymouth, MN
2004 – Acquired Gultech in Raleigh, NC
2005 – Acquired ECC in Holden, MA
2005 – Acquired Volunteer Circuits in Bells, TN
2005 – Acquired Proto Engineering in Sunnyvale, CA
2006 – Acquired Tingstol in Elk Grove Village, IL
2007 – Acquired NTU in Largo, FL
2007 – Acquired KASCORP in Chicago, IL
2009 – Acquired Marlo Electronics in Ft Lauderdale, FL
2010 – Acquired Waytec Electronics in Lynchburg, VA
2010 – Acquired FM Circuits in Brooklyn, NY
2010 – Opened Our Battery Tech Center in Littleton, CO
2011 – Started EC Fans & Drives
2011 – Opened our Fan and Motor Development Center in Wales, UK
2012 – Acquired UPE in Ottawa, Canada
2013 – Acquired Suncoast Digital Technology in Largo, FL
2017 – Putnam RF Filters, Inc. in Manchester, NH
Celebrating 65 Years
Learn why Epec is one of the top industry leaders in custom build to print electronics.
See Our 65 Year Story