Medco West Is an ‘Assembled in the USA Manufacturer’

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Medco West Electronics, Inc., a leader in high-quality electronic assemblies, is pleased to announce that it is an ‘Assembled in the USA Manufacturer.’ Together with its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in Hackensack and headquarters in New York, the company ranks as one of the largest contract manufacturers in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area.

Medco West’s quality standards are an essential part of the company’s success. Highly trained operators perform multiple in-process inspections to ensure all customer specified standards are adhered to. Dedication and commitment to maintaining the highest level of workmanship provides repeatability and consistency throughout the organization.

Peter Sowinski, President of Medco West says: “Our business philosophy and focus is based on long-term relationships with our customers and our commitment to making our customers’ success a top priority.”

Medco West’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in Hackensack is comprised of 10,000 square feet while the New York location has 20,000 square feet of space. Both locations include administration, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, testing and full-scale manufacturing capabilities including 13 fully equipped Surface Mount Lines.

Medco West is committed to delivering the highest level of quality in all of its products. The company is ITAR Registered, ISO 9001:2015 and IPC Certified, and RoHS Compliant. Medco West utilizes a dedicated production tracking system to ensure its customers’ products ship on time. The company also incorporates DFM practices to continuously improve production and provide valuable feedback to its customers.


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