Electronics Production | November 03, 2006
EMS uses 'lean' to integrate acquisitions
Back in 1999—even before the high-tech bubble burst—investing in a U.S.-based EMS company seemed counterintuitive.
After all, the offshore migration of high tech was well under way, and everybody knew that "virtual" manufacturing was going to replace the more tactile business of actually building things. Tell that to the folks who bought EMS provider EPIC Technologies, which grew from approximately $30 million in revenue in 1999 to roughly $250 million this year and should top $300 million in 2007. Click here to read the full article.