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Posted on Feb 19th, 2014
Kaizen events involve cross-discipline teams of ControlTek employees working together in a concentrated effort to improve a particular area or process within the ControlTek manufacturing plant.
ControlTek’s Kaizen events involve all employees working in one week sprints to find ways to improve manufacturing productivity and help reduce operational waste.
Posted on Feb 6th, 2014
Medical manufacturing is one of the fastest-growing manufacturing industries, but it’s certainly not without unique challenges.
At ControlTek, our entire design engineering, project management and contract manufacturing teams are all highly experienced with the often complex requirements as identified by the FDA.
Posted on Jan 27th, 2014
With the Federal deadline rapidly approaching, many companies are upping efforts to meet new Federal requirements for conflict mineral reporting as laid out by Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act. To help, we’ve put together a short guide to help businesses on the road to a conflict free supply chain.
Posted on Jan 13th, 2014
2014 is just barely underway but we’re already seeing promising indicators for the year ahead for the electronics manufacturing industry.
Posted on Dec 30th, 2013
You put a lot of care into the design and assembly of your electronic products, but how can you continue to protect those printed circuit board assemblies after manufacturing is over?
Posted on Dec 23rd, 2013
Posted on Nov 27th, 2013
Our in-house box build assembly process stands out because of our attention to the finer details, which we've discovered can make a huge difference to our customers. That’s why ControlTek’s box build assembly services also include important details like assembly instructions and even cosmetic specifications for packaging or other product requirements to get them ready to be shipped for our consumer electronics and other industry partners.
Posted on Nov 19th, 2013
Cable assembly provides several key benefits for your electronic products. Not only does a well-designed cable harness save what is often much-needed space within a product assembly, it also helps to protect and secure your cables in applications that are exposed to a lot of vibration or other stressors like heat or water during operation. This can greatly reduce your potential risk for faulty or defective finished electronic products.
Posted on Nov 14th, 2013
ControlTek has recently released our company’s response to new SEC reporting requirements for minerals classified as Conflict Minerals. These minerals can include tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold - many of the same minerals found in the manufacturing and assembly of printed circuit boards and electronics devices. The new requirements are effective for all publicly traded companies whose products contain these metals.
Posted on Oct 29th, 2013
This October, ControlTek was recognized as an Honoree in the Portland Business Journal’s annual awards for the Healthiest Employers of Oregon. The award luncheon was held October 11th at the Hilton Hotel and sponsored by Comcast Business, Regence Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and Kaiser Permanente.
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