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Latham Industries Relocates to New Offices with Expanded Manufacturing Capabilities

PHOENIX, June 11, 2021 — Latham Industries, the preferred U.S. electronics contract manufacturer (CM) for innovative industrial companies, today announced its relocation to new offices in partnership with Spirit Electronics Corp. The North Mountain Village industrial park facility, off the I-17 corridor in Phoenix, provides Latham Industries with expanded manufacturing capabilities and an enclosed electrostatic discharge (ESD) floor. The move also puts Latham Industries in a shared building with Spirit Electronics, a national provider of superior electronic components and supply-chain solutions for the aerospace and defense (A&D), medical, industrial and commercial industries. “We are thrilled to enter these new facilities and offer our customers the technology advantages of improved printed circuit board (PCB) assembly,” said Tracey Latham, founder and CEO at Latham Industries. “Our partnership with Spirit Electronics will not only support commercial and A&D customers with a one-stop shop for electronic manufacturing, but will also focus on creating new job opportunities and bringing more technology business to Arizona.” Spirit Electronics is a veteran-owned, woman-owned HUBZone business certified by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), supporting economic growth and opportunity in Historically Underutilized Business Zones and opening opportunities for customers pursuing specified Federal IT contracts. Plans for a celebratory grand re-opening, with guest Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and other local business leaders, are scheduled for late September 2021. Latham Industries will relocate their entire surface-mount technology (SMT) line, including screen printer, pick-and-place, reflow oven, automated optical inspection (AOI) system, and more. “While moving all of our manufacturing operations is daunting, our partnership with local C&M Rigging means we’ll move all our heavy equipment on Friday, set up and configure over the weekend, and be back to work manufacturing by Monday morning,” said Latham. “We truly could not make such a quick, successful move of such large machines without the team at C&M.”



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