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Sunstone Circuits? holds open house at expanded Corporate HQ
Visitors to the Open House were able to take tours of the manufacturing plant, to see how printed circuit boards are made.
MULINO, OR. -
Sunstone Circuits®, the leading printed circuit board (PCB) prototype solutions provider, celebrated the completion of a new administration and office building by hosting an Open House on October 25, 2012. The festivities were held at the company's corporate headquarters just south of Portland, Oregon.
The new building, which hou
Longtime Sunstone customer Allen Siefken (left), visits with David Warren, Sunstones Sales & Business Development Manager.
ses Customer Service, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Executive Management, represents Sunstone's continued growth and commitment to serving customers 24/7/365. Sunstone is not only improving the facilities and the work environment for the Sunstone staff, but also providing jobs and community development within Sunstone's local area.
For the estimated 80 guests on hand, Sunstone provided food and refreshments, live guitar music, tours of the manufacturing campus, and an opportunity for customers and vendors to meet employees from all departments and across the Sunstone team. Visitors commented on the welcoming and professional feel of the new office space. On the plant tours, visitors were impressed by the very high level of personal human touch Sunstone employs alongside all of the automated manufacturing processes.
Attendees included customers from the region, including Electro Scientific Industries, ECD, GEKCO, Maxcess, and Coherent, among others. Staff from Portland State University and Clackamas Community College, both active participants in Sunstone's educational sponsorship programs, also paid a visit. Some of the other leading businesses in the
Kent Schnepp & Amy Simpson of ethology, visit with Sunstone President and CEO, Terry Heilman (right) during the event.
area attended, including Columbia Helicopters, IEC, Technica, UPS and FedEx.. A number of local vendors and key agency partners, including Copious, Xenium, ethology, ServiceMaster, Molalla Telecommunications, Arrowhead Golf Club and law firm Tonkon Corp, rounded out the guest list.
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