FAIRFIELD, NJ -- PPI-Time Zero has acquired fellow contract assembler New Age EMS, giving it a foothold in the New England US.

Terms were not disclosed.

Attleboro, MA-based New Age becomes PPI's third site, adding to locations in Fairfield, NJ. and Waynesboro, VA.  New Age was founded in 1982 and spun off in 1988. Formerly New Age Technologies, the company changed its name in 2012. It has a 53,000 sq. ft. plant in Attleboro, south of Boston.

“This comes at a perfect time and provides a vast range of opportunities for PPI-Time Zero, as well as for New Age EMS’s existing customers,” said Joe Litavis, executive vice president of sales and marketing for PPI. “A terrific addition, New Age EMS is a full-service electronics manufacturing services provider of wire and cable assemblies, printed circuit board assemblies, higher-level complete box build assemblies and also specializes in rapid deployment and NPI. This will continue to open many doors for us with aerospace, defense and medical customers within the region.”

Dana Pittman, president and CEO of PPI-Time Zero, added, “New Age EMS is a key part of our customer-driven strategy of providing the manufacturing services and geographic footprint our customers require. New Age has turnkey capabilities that meet their customers’ requirements from design through complex manufacturing solutions. New Age is also strategically located in the New England marketplace and this was an important factor in our selection process.”

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