Today we announce the merger of San Diego PCB, Inc. and Milwaukee Electronics. Read the official Press Release
“San Diego PCB, Inc. is a best-in-class engineering PCB layout design service. We see it as a great fit for our engineering-driven focus in the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) market and we have chosen to refer to this transaction as a merger to better reflect the collaborative environment it is creating. Mike Creeden and his team have listened to their customers and created a business model that gives each customer a Virtual CAD Layout Department. From an organizational perspective, we are completely aligned on the importance of maintaining the breadth of expertise and superior training standards found in the organization. Mike has joined our team as vice president of layout services, with a portfolio of responsibility that includes both leading our layout services organization and expanding it geographically,” said P. Michael Stoehr, Milwaukee Electronics’ president and CEO.
“I’m excited about the potential of this merger. My goal in choosing to sell the company was to align with a partner that would enable more rapid, controlled growth than was possible as a standalone entity. Milwaukee Electronics has the same commitment to doing it right the first time that we do. They also understand the value of customer-driven services and the need to allow customers to buy the services they require. Their business model already provides customers the choice of transaction-based or bundled services from engineering through volume manufacturing and our team adds to those offerings. Our customers now have a much broader menu of services to choose from, as well,” said Mike Creeden, vice president of layout services.
The latest edition of the company newsletter is out! Our 3rd Quarter 2016 Company Newsletter is full of information, including:
- Our Portland, Oregon facility completes ISO 13485 certification
- Notes from Mike
- Education Day at our Tecate, Mexico EMS facility
- A new CFO
- Our new software tool for Electronic Manufacturing and Electronic Design support: Silicon Expert
- Electronic Design Engineering: A Cost Reduction Case Study
Click Here to Read the Q3 2016 Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter
Milwaukee, WI – David Cascio has joined Milwaukee Electronics as chief financial officer. He previously served as senior financial director for Global Workplace Solutions (GWS) Americas with Johnson Controls, Inc. He was earlier associated with Modine Manufacturing Company, Bosch Rexroth Corporation and Woodward in a variety of finance and accounting management roles.
“Dave brings over 26 years of experience in organizational improvement initiative implementation, strategic planning, cost analysis, ERP systems optimization and contract negotiation experience. The bulk of his career has been spent overseeing these activities in multinational operations which aligns well with the direction our business has taken over the last few years. I see him as a key asset in our team as we continue to evolve and expand our operations,” said P. Michael Stoehr, Milwaukee Electronics’ president and CEO.
“I’m excited about joining a dynamic company in a demanding industry. I look forward to applying my experience with best-in-class processes to help Milwaukee Electronics continue to grow and improve,” added Cascio.
Cascio received his Master of Business Administration degree from Northern Illinois University and his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Rockford University.
Milwaukee Electronics designs and manufactures custom circuit board assemblies for the medical, transportation, military, HVAC and a variety of other industries. The Company operates over 135,000 square feet of manufacturing in Portland, Oregon; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Tecate, Mexico. In addition to EMS and product design and engineering services, it offers quick-turn prototyping through its Screaming Circuits business unit.
Contact: Jered Stoehr, V.P. Sales and Marketing
Milwaukee Electronics latest company newsletter features:
- Multiple Partner projects – how to best coordinate several outsourced vendors
- Letter from the CEO, Mike Stoehr
- An ISO 13485 Certification update for our Portland, Oregon facility
- Redesign of the Milwaukee Electronics website
- A Lean / Continuous Improvement Event with NW HPEC at our Portland, Oregon facility
- Design Engineering in Action: A Product Redesign and Upgrade Story
Please click here to read the Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q2 2016
In the latest Milwaukee Electronics company newsletter, we explore:
- PCB Assembly Capacity Increases at 2 factories: Tecate, Mexico and Portland, Oregon
- Notes from our CEO, Mike Stoehr
more “Q1 2016 Company Newsletter”
This summer, I had the opportunity to participate in an annual business review which was conducted by one of Milwaukee Electronics’ key electronics manufacturing customers. more “Cultivating Valued Manufacturing Partnerships”
Milwaukee Electronics has now installed and is utilizing two new SMT lines. The equipment was installed at our Tecate, Mexico and Portland, Oregon electronic manufacturing facilities. more “Portland and Tecate facilities Upgrade SMT lines”
This week, our Portland Oregon facility is installing a new SMT production line. We’ve invested in new Panasonic SMT Equipment, which is state of the art and highly efficient; especially in High Mix Low Volume (HMLV) environments! more “A New Year, a New SMT Line”