BSU Expands to New Texas HQ

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BSU Inc., a growing EMS company founded in upstate New York more than 30 years ago, has recently expanded to Austin, Texas, establishing its headquarters and manufacturing in a new, more spacious facility.

BSU Inc. was recently acquired by Ahmad and Cathy Chamseddine, two long-time entrepreneurs who have spent many years building technology companies into successful businesses within the greater Austin area.  “BSU Inc.’s new campus is strategically relocated in the center of the country to better serve our US customers on both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and everywhere in between,” said Ahmad. Cathy adds, “We’re ISO 2001:2015 Certified, ITAR Registered, and eligible to meet all of the typical FAR requirements for Federal business. We offer leaded and ROHS capabilities to serve both our Hi-Rel and commercial customers.”

BSU Inc.’s services include Prototyping, PCB Assembly, Engineering Design Services (EE, ME), High Mix Low to Medium Volume production, Mechanical, Electrical, Cabling and SW/FW programming, Board and Functional Testing, and Global supply chain services, to name a few. In addition to PCBA assembly, BSU also offers box build services, wiring harness assembly, complex and simple cables and mechanical components assembly. BSU Inc’s customers span multiple industries including industrial, IoT, military and high reliability, entertainment, healthcare, education, energy and communications, to name a few.



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