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Circuit Technology Center continues to be recognized as the country's most innovative specialist in circuit board repair and rework. With the advancement of today's modern circuit board technology, it is more important than ever to have specialists available to help you at a moment's notice.

We are excited about the opportunity to service you, and assure you that we will continue to advance our knowledge, hone our skills and maintain the state-of-the-art equipment needed to provide you with the highest level of service possible.

Our mission is simple. Save you money, save you time, and make your company more profitable.

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Company History

1979
Business began as Circuit Repair Corporation in Burlington, MA. Focus was offering circuit board repair and rework services.

1983
Business expanded and moved to Wakefield MA. Business grew to 8 employees.

1984
Business perfected the process to repair and replace missing or damaged conductors on assembled circuit board using dry film adhesive backed replacement circuits. This process became the recommend IPC procedure for conductor repair.

1986
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World class facilities totally focused on the intricate needs of high reliability circuit board rework, repair, upgrade and modification.
Business expanded and moved to Peabody MA and grew to 15 employees. Expanded the range of services including services for complex rework and modification.

1988
Business expanded and moved to Rowley MA and grew to 25 employees. Service offering continued to expand. Business become actively involved in the IPC Organization.

1995
Involvement with the IPC grew and Jeff Ferry, company President, became Chairman of the IPC Repairability Committee. Hundreds of the illustrations in the IPC guidebooks IPC 7711 and IPC 7721 were provided by the company.

1997
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BGA rework is a key service offered at Circuit Technology Center.
Business expanded and moved to Haverhill MA. Employee base grew.

1998
Business substantially expanded services including meeting the growing demand BGA component rework, a particularly challenging procedure most electronics manufacturing companies find very difficult to manage in house.

2000
Business became an IPC Certification Center.

2003
Business developed and refined several new BGA component rework procedures.

2006
Business upgraded quality control and process programs to comply with RoHS (Removal of Hazardous Substances) requirements.

2009
Business celebrated 30 years providing surgeon grade rework and repair, by the book and guaranteed. Staff grew to 30 employees.

2011
Business received ISO 9001:2008 certification.

2013
Business expanded component rework services to include BGA component reballing to meet needs for military and high-rel customers.