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In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics’ Newsletter, we cover a range of topics including:

  • How Milwaukee Electronics Eliminates Risks in a Highly Constrained Market
  • New Corporate Materials Director is Named
  • Engineering In Action – Dense High Speed Digital Circuitry
  • New Equipment and Certifications
  • Streamlining Digital Documentation Processes


Click Here To Read:  Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q2 2018 (1)

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics’ Newsletter, we cover a range of topics including:

  • A Presidential Announcement
  • Leadership Development Program
  • A New Director of Business Development
  • Perfecting the Handoff From Layout to Protoyping
  • Screaming Circuits Customer Spotlight

Click Here to Read: Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q1 2018

Happy Holidays from Milwaukee Electronics!  Our latest newsletter highlights the recent news and happenings around our company, including:

  • Another new SMT machine installed in our Milwaukee, Wisconsin facility
  • Notes from Mike: Our Customer Survey results and strategic investments
  • A ReOrganization of our Engineering Resources
  • How SDPCB supports customers balance Cost and Performance
  • A new SDPCB website
  • A new Coil Winding Machine in our Tecate, MX facility

Click Here to read the Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q4 2017!



In latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics’ Newsletter, we cover a range of topics including:

  • ISO 9001: 2015 Certification for the Portland facility
  • An increase in Medical prototyping business in Screaming Circuits
  • A New Quality Manager
  • How SanDiego PCB handles Cellular RF challenges
  • Engineering Sales
  • PCB Fabrication Pricing
  • Material Lead-Time Strategy

Click on the link to read: Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q3 2017


In the latest edition of our Company Newsletter, Milwaukee Electronics features some important updates and improvements from around the organization:

  • A new SMT Line was installed in Tecate, Mexico facility for our increase in PCBA demand
  • Message from Mike – Highlighting our improvements in electronic manufacturing capabilities
  • Continuous Improvement Story from the Portland, Oregon facility
  • A new Product Manager in Screaming Circuits
  • San Diego PCB talks about HDI issues and how to solve increasingly complex PCB Layout challenges
  • New investments in Screen Printing, Inspection equipment help support our pcb assembly capabilities
  • Tecate Hires a new Program Manager

Click Here To Read the Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q2 2017!


In the latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics Quarterly Newsletter, we share several newsworthy items with you!

  • We are in the early stages of piloting Aegis FactoryLogix MES at our Portland, Oregon facility
  • Message from our CEO, Mike Stoehr
  • Tecate, Mexico facility builds it’s 1,000,000th unit for a customer in less than 1 year!
  • A new Design Engineering Manager is named
  • A Corporate Supply Chain Director position was created
  • We added a new Sales Rep firm
  • Engineering in Action: The Pitfalls of Contract Design
  • Outline of recent Customer wins that are in the Launch phase
  • Mike Galloway was featured in SMT Magazine’s March 2017 issue outlining Flex Circuit Assembly Best Practices

Click here to read: Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q1 2017!



Happy Holidays from all of us at Milwaukee Electronics – from our Design Engineering teams and all our Electronic Assembly and EMS Groups in North America!  In our latest newsletter, we cover several topics and some exciting events that have happened at Milwaukee Electronics recently!

  • Merger with San Diego PCB
  • Notes from CEO Mike Stoehr
  • Screaming Circuits Machine Upgrades and PCBA Efficiency Improvements
  • Badgerloop – Our Sponsorship supports the SpaceX project!
  • Q&A With SanDiego PCB founder Mike Creeden
  • Aries Industries – Supporting a new product launch

Click Here to read the Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q4 2016!

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.