Story of an American Electronics Manufacturer Pt. 1: The 1970s
The year is 1971. Carole King's' hit single "I Feel The Earth Move" is playing through a Plymouth...
On January 1, 1993, three former Fisher Scientific employees formed Dynamic Manufacturing. At first, space was rented for operations in the U-Parc facility, located at the former Chem Lab campus in Harmarville, PA. The company would grow to be a formidable business that offered electronic manufacturing services, aftermarket services, and cable assembly.
Later on December 19, 2005, the assets of Dynamic Manufacturing was sold to The Matric Group.
Matric Group is a contract manufacturer of electronic assemblies, offering world-class Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) with personalized customer support, working closely with customers to meet unique assembly and testing requirements.
Matric offers both turnkey and board-level assembly, specializing in high mix/low to mid-volume contract assembly with its ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and AS 9100 certified quality management system.
Matric Group acquired Dynamic Manufacturing in 2005 and partnered with R2J Technologies to purchase Windurance in 2010.
As the new millennium approached three innovative, entrepreneurial companies looked to the wind turbine marketplace and saw an opportunity to advance wind turbine blade pitch control. The three companies would pool their resources together in 2000 to form the business, then known as MLS Electrosystem. Each of these enterprises brought their own credible experience in the areas of sales & marketing ( within the gear and motor industry), engineering R&D (in the servo control industry), and engineering & electronic manufacturing ( primarily focused in the industrial electronics and servo control industries).
In February of 2010, interests of the company were acquired by two of the original companies: the Matric Group located in Seneca, PA and R2J Technologies, located in Pittsburgh. Thus, the emergence of Windurance began.