With the supply chain disruptions experienced during the COVID-19 crisis, companies are expressing renewed interest in bringing their electronic production in-house. Being able to build prototypes at your facility—or turn out even small batches of product to get through a delay in your usual production chain—can be make-or-break for a small business in a crunch
Our Year in Review The year is coming to an end. We probably aren’t the only ones looking forward to putting 2020 behind us and moving into the new and (hopefully) improved 2021. But looking back, we still have plenty to be grateful for. Exhibiting at IPC APEX 2020 We didn’t know it would be
Once our sales team has found the best equipment for your needs, our service team steps in to help set up your new machine and/or seamlessly integrate it into your existing line-up.
Whether you are interested in being as up to date as possible in an affordable way, or are looking to improve problems your current line is causing, trading up is a great solution.
If you are frustrated with extended wait times for delivery of your finished printed circuit boards, the low quality of products you receive, or other issues that can come from outsourcing your production then it may be time to consider bringing production in-house.
Manncorp has upgraded to a bigger and better facility in Hatboro, PA. This 35,000 sq. ft. headquarters is fully equipped with a brand-new demo center for their array of machines.