CE3 Electronics Builds State of the Art Facility

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CE3 Electronics, Atlantic Canada’s largest contract manufacturer that specializes in high-technology electronic and electrical assemblies, recently completed a new 45,000 sq foot facility.

The new state-of-the-art facility is fully facilitated for CGP (controlled goods), which is fully secure-card accessed as well as a high-end HVAC system apart of the infrastructure. As part of the new facility, a new SMT line was also added.

It is also a very “green” facility in the sense that the building design and equipment considered environmental concerns at every step of construction from LED Lighting, re-using of materials, etc. Previously, CE3 had two facilities: one for Electronic Assembly and the other for Cable/Wire Harness, and Electrical Panel Assemblies for Full Integration, this will now be done in the new facility.

“These are exciting times at CE3 as we continue to grow we are adding more and more customers with more diverse needs,” said Scott Maxwell, CE3 Electronics’ Vice President of Sales and Client Services Since. “Our business is all about providing our customers with the best possible CM solutions; and we consider it our responsibility to keep up with all of their technology and Quality needs.”



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