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Mike Eisenman

156 Armstrong Drive, Freeport, PA 16229


Mike Eisenman

general manager - dynamic manufacturing

Turnkey Electronics Manufacturing

Thursday, September 17 @ 11:30AM
Mike will explain the benefits of partnering with a contract manufacturer and when it's the right time to make the transition from your current process whether it is internal or with another EMS provider. How working with a partner can: 
  • Increase production
  • Lower costs
  • Increase sales



Presenter Bio

Mike Eisenman is the General Manager of Dynamic Manufacturing, a Matric Group Company. Dynamic is a contract manufacturer, and design engineering provider of board-level and box build electronic assemblies and industrial controls located just outside of Pittsburgh in Freeport, PA.

His experience in this industry spans over 30 years and encompasses all aspects of electronics, control systems, and several different manufacturing processes. His diverse career history provides unique angles when solving problems, a strong suit of his. His time as an electronic engineer and controls engineer serve him well in his current position. However, working in other industries in addition to electronic technology gives him a greater depth of understanding in Dynamic’s customer’s applications. He believes that to be a true partner, you really need to understand your customer’s application and client base. He has also worked in plastic injection molding, laminate flooring production (MDF, specifically) and in the wind energy market. His extensive domestic and international travels also bridges cultural gaps.

He has been part of each segment of the Matric Group over his work history – Matric, Dynamic and Windurance. He started his career with Matric back in the 80’s and 90’s, rejoined them in the early 2000’s, and then came back again in 2010 to lead Windurance and now Dynamic.

Mike is also an avid runner who enjoys running ultras. There just isn’t anything better than running through the woods, but hiking is a close second.