Sonic Manufacturing Highlights Environmental Initiatives


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EMS firm Sonic Manufacturing Technologies Inc. recently installed a solar system on its rooftop. "We will be independent of the grid and completely self-sufficient in a three-year period," said Kenneth Raab, president of Sonic.

The company’s proud history of social responsibility and participation in the preservation of Silicon Valley’s ecosystem shows in its investments in the community and environment.

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Customers who have come to rely on Sonic Manufacturing Technologies as a partner of choice will appreciate that, in light of the changing times as there have been a need for preservation, the company has been in the forefront of embracing the change with the installation of LED lighting throughout the facility, using techniques to recycle packaging, and trying to create the least manufacturing waste as possible.

About Sonic Manufacturing Technologies

Established in 1996, Sonic Manufacturing Technologies Inc. is a leading provider of Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS). Headquartered in Fremont, California, Sonic provides new product introduction (NPI), prototyping, and in-house board layouts. Consistent manufacturing excellence, cutting-edge equipment, and industry expertise have given Sonic a reputation as a reliable source for volume production, retail fulfillment, and international logistics. Sonic is privately owned and operated by the same management team for 20 years. For more information, go to https://sonicmfg.com.

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