Who is PCK
1970 PCK Technology, Inc. is born as the R&D Department of Photocircuits Corp., Glen cove, N.Y. Photocircuits is a pioneer in the development of PCB Technology..

1972 Photocircuits merges with Kollmorgen Corp. and PCK becomes the PCK Technology Division. PCK is a profit center, developing, licensing and supporting innovative PCB Technology (Multiwire, Microwire, CC-4 Additive)..

1989 Kollmorgen sells substantially all of the assets of PCK to AIT, Inc., a subsidiary of Hitachi Chemical Company. Principle business is design and manufacture of Multiwire and Microwire Circuit Boards..

1999 AITs(PCK) PCB market undergoes major changes. Manufacturing moves offshore. CMs replace OEMs in the procurement process. Military spending evaporates. PCB manufacturing is discontinued at AIT(PCK). PCB business is consolidated at another company owned by J.P. Hammond, AIT-Atlanta, Inc.. AIT(PCK) focuses on new businesses..

2001 AIT(PCK) sells all of its equipment manufacturing and optical flex circuit manufacturing assets to AIT, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Stratos Lightwave, Inc. After the sale, the remaining assets continue to do business under the original name, PCK technology, Inc. PCK has been developing and selling high quality materials since 1970. PCK has specialized in wire and sheet adhesives. These materials are critical to the wire embedding process.


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