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Technica USA Expands Product Line and Presence in the U.S. and Canada

Rancho Cucamonga, CA based National Graphics Supply Inc (NGS), is pleased to announce that they have entered into an agreement with Technica USA to assume the NGS name, the sales, distribution and service rights and responsibilities of the entire NGS product offering in the United States and Canada, including the photo-plotting films manufactured by Fujifilm, effective December 1, 2013.

“The NGS product line is a great complement to the other products Technica distributes to the printed circuits board manufacturing industry, chemical milling and other related markets. With NGS already being recognized as a market leader, Technica USA will continue to provide the necessary resources required to support our customers, our Sales Team and our Sales Partners across the United Stated and Canada,” stated Jerry Shirley, President of NGS, Inc.

Frank Medina, President of Technica USA added, “We are extremely pleased to enter into this agreement with NGS Inc. Along with adding the Fujifilm and other quality products to our existing product offering, we are equally pleased to have the opportunity to expand our customer base and sales coverage across the U.S. and Canada, where we will be able to promote and support the other materials and equipment products we offer to the market”.  

About National Graphics Supply Inc.:

National Graphic Supply is a nationwide distributor specializing in Fuji Phototool Films, NGS Diazo Film, Folex Diazo Films, Plotter Films, Support Chemicals and Processors, Phototool Protection Film and Contaminant Cleaning Systems for the printed circuits board market. www.ngspcb.com

About Technica, USA:
Established in 1985, Technica USA is a privately held company that provides equipment and materials solutions for PCB Fabrication, SMT Assembly, Microelectronics, Solar and Semiconductor Packaging markets. www.technica.com