MEC’s Southwest team moved into a brand new electronics manufacturing facility this March. Read More

In 2008, Milwaukee Electronics developed a new business named Automation Controls Group (ACG). It is part of our “Proprietary Products Group” – which is the grouping of products that is either invented or designed by Milwaukee Electronics itself. Read More

Almost 25 years after her start with MEC, Pam Kimbrough has been named Operations Manager in MEC’s NW electronics assembly facility. She has worked in almost every aspect of the business during her time at MEC, with experience from production into program management. Read More

Screaming Circuits announces the creation of the first ever real-time, web-based prototype and short-run quote, purchase, and build process available in the PCB assembly industry. Customers can now automatically generate a complete quote, and place an order for a full turnkey prototype build – including the parts, PC boards and assembly. Read More

This past quarter, MEC has once again experienced the phenomenon of bringing business back from China, which is becoming more and more prevalent. From 2000 to 2005 our company, like many others, saw a percentage of the customer base erode due to the lure of lower costs found in China. Read More

With a mission to expand the supply chain capabilities it can offer its mid and high volume EMS customers, MEC’s Singapore IPO (International Purchasing Office) was founded in late 2011. Read More

Usually when people think of manufacturing in Mexico, they tend to assume that cost reductions are driven primarily by the difference in labor expenses. At MEC’s Tecate facility, that assumption is far from the truth. Read More

MEC’s latest newsletter has just been released.  This newsletter features interesting articles on several different EMS topics in all of MEC’s facilities across the USA, Mexico and Asia.

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