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Circuits Imprimes de la Capitale issues ‘change of guard’


Specialists in printed circuit boards (pcbs), Quebec City-based Circuits Imprimes de la Capitale has altered its leadership via a recent business transaction.

Last fall, the firm experienced a change of ownership, as François Bouchard sold the 29-year-old business to new owners Larisa Fedin and Pierre Dubois. Fedin has a background in electronic engineering in addition to 23-years of experience in Canada and Israel, plus 10 years in the CIC. Dubois has 45-years experience in the electronics industry and printed circuits in both Canada and the United States. He worked at the CIC for the past decade.

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“Our objective is to build on product quality and customer service,” says Dubois. “We aim to listen to the customer and always invite them to communicate with us at all times.”

Circuits Imprimes de la Capitale provides complete solutions for the design and manufacture of printed circuit boards. CIC provides its customers manufacturing and high technology in North America rapid prototyping, production of small series or large series. The company manufactures printed circuit 3D, Teflon, metal core, Flex, Rigid Flex, multilayer and double sided in its premises located in Quebec City.