Amphenol Invotec approved as PCB strategic supplier to Thales

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Amphenol Invotec is delighted to announce that Thales has awarded the business the prestigious Strategic Supplier Status after successfully completing the P-VET process.

Awarding Strategic Supplier Status recognises close alignment across technical, operations, business, and service requirements.

Amphenol Invotec’s PCB capabilities are among the broadest and most advanced, delivering consistent quality and reliability for demanding systems and mission-critical applications.

Amphenol Invotec has supported Thales in the UK and Europe on numerous high-profile projects over several years, across various business sectors including Naval, Avionics, Military and Space.

Terry Dowling, Sales Director at Amphenol Invotec, commented: “We are now clearly identified as strategic supplier for Thales and their EMS partners. We will engage with them on all new and upcoming projects, sharing our established ‘design for manufacture’ approach to ensure robust designs, optimum performance, value, and an accelerated time to market. We look forward to our continued relationship with Thales for the years ahead.”


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