I joined PCMI in 1994 when my company was just a small local job shop encountering dozens of daily problems for which we were ill equipped to solve. As we developed relationships with other PCMI members, they shared their experiences and we learned to work more effectively and efficiently.
Today I only have to make a few phone calls to my PCMI friends and I can get answers to pressing problems right away. PCMI membership and conference attendance has proven to be of great importance to the growth and development of my company.
Paolo Iellici, General Manager,
Chemical Machining Spa
San Donato Milanese, Italy
The most important thing for me at the PCMI is networking. Having the right contacts, based on trust and integrity, mutual problems may change into mutual benefits.
Harrie Knol, Manager
R&D Stork Veco, The Netherlands
When I first purchased my PCM company, the only knowledge of chemical etching that I had was what I had learned from visiting my uncle’s circuit board company. I joined PCMI shortly after I purchased my company.
Over the years the PCMI technical sessions and the chance to learn and talk with other owners and suppliers at meetings has contributed to my firm's growth and profitability in an environmentally friendly manner.
The cost of PCMI membership has been well worth the money.
Jerry Williams, President
United Western Enterprises, Inc.
Camarillo, California, USA