SANTA ANA, CA — Christopher Associates today announced an agreement to distribute and provide engineering support for First EIE's photoplotters and inkjet printers in the North America.

In support of First EIE, Christopher Associates has located a complete spare parts inventory in Santa Ana with engineering support throughout North America.

First EIE has a reported 500 photoplotters installations worldwide.  
DALLAS — Titan Global Holdings, parent company of Titan Electronics, today forecast fiscal 2008 sales of $747 million, about $30 million of which would come from its PWB manfuacturing operations.

Read more: Titan Forecasts 2008 Sales of $747M
LARGO, FL -- Bare Board Group Inc., a distributor of printed circuit boards, was named to Inc. Magazine's latest list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.

BBG, a five-year-old firm that procures bare PCBs, had a whopping 153% increase in sales in the past three years. That was good for no. 2309 on the list.

“We are ecstatic to be recognized on a national level. Everyone has worked hard, and this verifies our successful business model,” says BBG President Greg Papandrew. 
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA -- Automa-Tech Advanced Technologies will merge with its branch company, ORC Imaging Corp., the companies said today. Under the new structure, the company's UV exposure products will be marketed under the name Automatech-ORCi.

Read more: Automa-Tech to Absorb ORC
BANNOCKBURN, IL – The IPC spent $140,000 in lobbying expenses during the first six months of 2007, according to a disclosure form. Read more: IPC's Cost for Washington's Ear? $140,000
REHOVOTH, ISRAELPrintar Ltd., a manufacturer of digital printing equipment, has named Arie Rosenfeld chairman of the board.
 
Rosenfeld is managing partner of Dor Ventures, one of Printar’s shareholders. He has served on the board since mid 2006. He has also served as chairman of XAAR in Cambridge, U.K. and is a strategic consultant to Dainippon Screen Ltd.
 
From 1988 to 1995, Rosenfeld was president and CEO of Scitex Corp. Ltd. During this period, the company’s revenue grew fourfold to $750 million.
 
Rosenfeld replaces Koby Rosenthal, who stepped down following his departure from D-Partners fund.

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