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February 1, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Tectonic Products Ltd has endured the very kinds of earthquake caused by continental drift that its name implies, but the Wokingham, Berkshire company has to be counted a survivor: it has been into receivership twice in the past five years, the last time being bought from the receiver by former Burtons chief Cyril Spencer in 1986; the company now boasts new management, new investment of over UKP2m, and is raring to go with a full line of multilayer, plated through and standard circuit boards, plus VME, Varibus and STE backplanes, and a full board design and assembly service – and gestating marketing agreements in the US and Japan.

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