About Norway Labs
Norway Labs is an appliance and electronics manufacturing company. Norway Labs specializes in repairing test and measurement equipment, reworking damaged or shorted PCB and parts, and reverse engineering legacy PCB. It also offers reverse engineering for PCB with Gerber data generation. Norway Labs is a woman-owned business. Some clients of this company are Electrorent, Analog Devices, Sandia, Intel, and Boeing. It was founded in 2003 and is based in Beaverton, Oregon.
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Norway Labs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Norway Labs's headquarters?
Norway Labs's headquarters is located at 7913 SW Cirrus Dr, Beaverton.
Who are Norway Labs's competitors?
Competitors of Norway Labs include Test Technology and 4 more.
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Better Boards is a PCB design services company. It specializes in printed circuit board layouts and offers full engineering and manufacturing services. Its services include thermal analysis, signal and power analysis, product development and qualification, fabrication and assembly, and more. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Cary, North Carolina.
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Test Technology is a provider of electronic repair and reverse logistics solutions. TestTech's Reverse Logistics and Service Solutions are developed for each client's needs and deliver the highest possible value. The company has a proven 25 year track record working with leading companies, is easy to work with and consistently exceeds customer expectations. TestTech's offerings deliver a level of value and convenience that enables its partners to more clearly focus on their core competencies; resulting in an increase in productivity and a decrease in costs, while helping establish a more productive supply chain. In July 2013, Test Technology was acquired by ReverTech Solutions. The valuation of Test Technology was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.
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