Mission Statement and Quality Policy
Electro-Prep, Inc is a turn-key and consignment contract manufacturer of wire harnesses, cable assemblies and electro-mechanical assemblies.
We are committed to:
- Total customer satisfaction
- Making quality a top priority
- Continuous improvements in all our work
- High standards
- Reliable service
We have a quality management system certified to ISO9001:2008 and our products are UL and CSA listed. Electro-Prep personnel are trained by certified in-house trainers who assure all operations meet IPC/WHMA-A-620 workmanship standards and J-STD-001 soldering standards.
Our specialized products and services include:
- Wire and cable preparation
- Cable assemblies
- Wire harnesses
- Coaxial cables
- Electro-mechanical assembly
- Ribbon cable
- Custom cable assembly / integration
Since its inception, Electro-Prep has been a company built on high quality standards and committed to growth. It was established in 1977 by James Anderson in the basement and garage of his home in East Falmouth, Massachusetts. In May 1979 it was incorporated and moved to larger facilities in Cataumet on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. In 1987, Richard Sullivan purchased and reorganized the company and by 1989, it was consolidated with N.E.D. Cable, a manufacturer and distributor of computer cables. At that time, Electro-Prep moved to a new and larger facility in Wareham, MA where it resides today. In January 1998, it was sold to Skip Sullivan, the current owner and president, and in July 2004, expanded again by absorbing an adjoining facility.Currently, the Electro-Prep team is thirty people strong. We work with numerous industries including electronic instrument manufacturers in the medical, military, process control, and commercial industries. Most of our work is custom built per blueprint and customer specification. Materials can be supplied turn-key or on consignment. Our Kanban delivery system is a particular specialty.
|Excellent quality. I cannot remember ever rejecting any assemblies. If they have any questions before they begin production, they call to clarify the details.|