Ucamco Helps Customers Dealing With Temporary Production Peaks


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The situation in China is resulting in an exponentially growing demand for PCB fabrication alternatives. Ucamco, always an agile company to offer a helping hand in dealing with temporary production peaks, is currently offering an exclusive discount to all Integr8tor users with a maintenance contract to “pay 1 monthly license of additional Integr8tor workflow and get 1 month extra for free!”

Integr8tor users who do not have a maintenance contract can still add monthly Integr8tor licenses, as they always can.

Adding a monthly Integr8tor workflow helps boosting capacity in order to deal with temporary production peaks at a very advantageous cost.

To read more about Integr8tor, visit Ucamco.com.

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