Palmdale, CA – November 14, 2011 – Senior Systems, a mid-tier electronic manufactur-
ing services (EMS) company serving the medical, industrial, and defense/aerospace industries is the focus of a cover story article in the November 7th issue of The San Fernando Valley Business Journal.
The award-winning publication covers business news in the manufacturing, technology, healthcare, financial, and real estate industries in the greater San Fernando Valley area, which encompasses the region between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The cover article, “Low Risk Contract,” focuses on Senior Systems’ recent growth in market share. While the company’s core business has always been in defense work, Senior Systems’ upper management recognized that other markets such as alternative energy and healthcare also require the same extremely reliable,high-quality components.
The article quotes Senior Systems’ CEO Tim Morrissey’s realization that the company could take its expertise in high-level military equipment and successfully apply it to other areas in the commercial segment.
As a result, Senior Systems is focusing on what it sees the under served area of “high
risk” applications where a part failure could result in serious injury, death or dire financial consequences.
The company, which employs more than 140 workers, has a diverse array of projects currently underway – ramping up production of a controller assembly used in wind turbines, WiFi assemblies for an industrial/telecom customer, electronic circuitry for
heart monitors, and triggering devices for oil and natural gas drilling operations.
To read the article in its entirely, go to http://www.seniorsystems.com/uploads/news/sfvbj-11.7.11.pdf.
As a full service EMS provider, Senior Systems is ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485:2003, FDA/GMP and AS9100 registered, as well as being an NSA-approvedsupplier under the COMSEC standard.
Senior Systems provides contract electronics manufacturing services to advanced technology companies primarily in the military/aerospace, medical, industrial and computing sectors. With a focus on highly reliable, “high cost of failure” assemblies, the company’s capabilities include design for manufacturing, prototype and production circuit board assembly, materials procurement and control, manufacturing and test engineering support, complete systems build, and final product packaging and logistics.