AMI to Exhibit at the New England Design 2 Parts Show


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AMI (Alternative Manufacturing Inc.) will be exhibiting at the New England Design 2 Parts Show to be held at the Royal Plaza Trade Center in Marlborough, Massachusetts, September 25-26.

“We look at this show as an excellent opportunity to meet, and work with our customers both current, and future. With at our production facility in Maine and well as our prototype facility in Somerville do a great deal of work with designers, including specializing in NPI (new product introduction) work; so we consider this an important outing for us. Especially as we are currently focused on intensifying our marketing reach. We look forward to enjoying the face to face communications that this show provides,” said Greg Boyd, president of AMI.

AMI will be exhibiting at booth 354.

About AMI

Founded in 1989. AMI is a completely employee owned contract manufacturer located in Winthrop, Maine. Our work is found worldwide in building security systems, solar energy equipment, aircraft implementation, industrial laser controls, medical devices, internet-of-things devices wearables, industrial art and a host of other emerging products from high-tech startups. We are AS9100 certified and Medical ISO 13485.

From more information go to www.amiems.com.

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