Acquisitions

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.

Epec's Company Acquisitions


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

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Our History

As the oldest production Printed Circuit Board Company in North America, perhaps in the world, the 60-year plus story of Epec is connected to the development of the PCB and the electronics industry.

From pioneering innovation in the PCB Industry with R & D, training and setting professional core values, the legacy of Epec has now passed to a new generation of very bright young people, but still continues the great tradition of imagination.

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  • Epec Founded in 192
  • IPC Founded in 1957