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Canford expand fibre termination team

Canford announced the launch of its own in-house fibre termination service at IBC 2016.

Located at the company’s Washington UK headquarters, the facility offers a short lead-time service for the termination of LEMO, Neutrik and other fibre connectors, for situations where speed is of the essence and where high quality, reliable product is critical.

Fibre termination project lead and Head of Design John Driver commented: “We were thrilled with initial response following the launch of our new fibre termination service at IBC. Since then we’ve seen an increasing demand for the service”.

Due to successful launch and large demand, Canford are expanding the fibre team with immediate effect. The additional resource will ensure Canford are able to maintain the promise of a short lead-time fibre termination service, and further demonstrates the company’s commitment to UK manufacturing, and providing a reliable, high quality service to its customers.

Canford are set to exhibit at ISE, BVE, ABTT and IBC where John Driver will available to discuss your fibre requirements, alternatively please contact our Sales Team for more information.

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