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Prime Technological Services recognized as a Manufacturer of the Year Nominee in Georgia for 2013

Prime Technological Services, a leading contract manufacturer of high mix, high complexity, printed circuit boards and electronic assemblies, was recently recognized as a Manufacturer of the Year Nominee in conjunction with the Governor’s Awards Luncheon held annually during Manufacturing Appreciation Week. The Nomination was made in recognition of Prime’s demonstration of corporate responsibility, economic impact on Georgia, and overall workforce excellence. “We are honored to have been nominated for this recognition in conjunction with Manufacturing Appreciation Week in Georgia. We are grateful for the significant contributions made by The Technical College System of Georgia and the Georgia Department of Economic Development in making our State the premiere destination for global manufacturing investment. On behalf of our customers, team members, suppliers, and shareholders, we would like to express our sincerest thanks to the teams at Gwinnett Technical College and the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce for their nomination and for their on-going assistance as we build our business,” said Greg Chesnutt, Prime’s President and CEO.

About Prime Technological Services, LLC

As an experienced contract electronics manufacturer, Prime specializes in turn-key printed circuit board assembly and top-level box build. For 24 years, we have been known as a quality leader in high-mix, high-complexity work for customers demanding flexibility, speed-to-market, and competitive total cost. We seek to continually find new ways to drive down costs while maintaining the highest levels of flexibility and responsiveness. For more information please visit http://www.prime-ems.com.

About Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW)

Manufacturing Appreciation Week was developed by the Technical College System of Georgia and the Georgia Department of Economic Development to celebrate the significant contributions made by manufacturers to Georgia’s economy.