About Electro-Tech, Inc.
Our Manufacturing Excellence
Electro-Tech, Inc. is a major contract manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical assemblies and control devices for the U.S. military and other defense and commercial entities. Established in 1962, we are an approved supplier to the U.S. Army, manufacturing quality assemblies under cage code 21699. We are also a manufacturer and supplier of military parts to many foreign governments and commercial markets worldwide. Our knowledge of design engineering, manufacturing, assembly and testing allows us to provide our customers with an uncompromising commitment to reliability and quality.
Our 30 years of Experience is Yours!
Our 30 years of experience in engineering and manufacturing is available to you! Our highly skilled staff provides the knowledge and expertise necessary to bring your project from the concept design stage, through prototyping and manufacturing, to final testing and on time delivery. We create basic designs from your specifications and then integrate them into the most efficient manufacturing processes to produce a product which conforms to the highest quality standards. We also advise our customers on existing designs, suggest superior engineering techniques, and translate design concepts into well ordered manufacturing processes. Ask our customers!
Our Customers, Just to Name a Few.........
- AM General
- European Purchasing Agency
- Freightliner Corporation
- General Motors Corporation
- Government of Israel
- Government of South Korea
- Hyundai Precision & Industry Co., LTD
- Martin Marietta
- NATO Maintenance Supply Agency (NAMSA)
- U.S. Army - Aberdeen Proving Ground
- U.S. Army - Defense Supply Center - Columbus (DSCC)
- U.S. Army - Defense Supply Center - Richmond (DSCR)
- U.S. Army - Defense Supply Center - Philadelphia (DSCP)
- U.S. Army - Tank Automotive Command (TACOM)
- U.S. Marine Corps - Okinawa
- United Defense, L.P.
We have occupied our 25,000 square foot facility since 1976, which is located in Westland, Michigan, ten miles west of Detroit. Engineering laboratories and quality control rooms utilize 3,000 square feet of this space. The production of intricate circuit card assemblies takes place in our environmental "clean room," equipped with an independent temperature controlled air flow system and electro-static work stations. Assembly areas are established in a continuous production line fashion for efficiency. In-process production/inspection travelers identify each lot, operations performed and inspection results.
Additionally, we maintain a complete library of federal and military specifications, standards and drawings. Access to on-line information allows us to easily identify part numbers, national stock numbers or commercial and government cage codes. An electronic history file provides for quick identification of components and their sources. Computerized procurement and stock areas functions reduces material costs and facilitates complete component traceability.