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Atrenne Integrated Solutions Inc.'s subsidiary AbelConn Electronics has been selected as the electronics manufacturer for a leading edge medical company. The circuit boards and backplanes will be supported and built at the AbelConn Electronics division in New Hope, Minnesota. The new program represents Atrenne's expansion into the medical industry by providing manufacturing support for medical device electronics.
Expanding into the medical device electronics manufacturing is a natural extension for Atrenne. From concept to production, Atrenne is already providing medical device companies with hardware development for a variety of innovative treatment devices. Extending Atrenne's services to include electronic manufacturing creates a one-stop-shop for medical customers looking for a low-risk partner.
"Adding medical device manufacturing to our capabilities will help us usher in the next phase of growth for AbelConn," said Chris Milano, president of AbelConn Electronics. "Our extensive experience in manufacturing mission-critical electronics is easily transferred to the manufacturing of medical device electronics. We have the manufacturing teams, systems and equipment in place to support deliver reliable electronics."
About Atrenne Integrated Solutions
Atrenne Integrated Solutions Inc. is an advanced, vertically-integrated, component and system provider serving aerospace, defense, computing, communications, and other technology-driven industries. Atrenne delivers integrated components, electronic packaging, fabricated metal, electronic assemblies and value-add build-to-print manufacturing services to industrial markets across the globe. With more than 40 years of experience, Atrenne provides innovatively engineered products and services throughout the program lifecycle, from concept to manufacturing to obsolescence management. Atrenne is proud to provide customers with fully-tested, reliable, electromechanical solutions on-time and with world-class quality. Atrenne is headquartered in the United States.