Medical Electronics now accounts for over half of Simtek EMS Limited’s turnover and the company has invested heavily in the training of key personnel in workmanship standards now demanded within this sector, such as IPC-A-610 and IPC-7711.
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Simtek are celebrating 10 years as a totally independent CEM this April. It was in fact April fool’s day 2004 when Lee Boulton and Richard Samuel took the plunge by orchestrating a management buyout from the Simrad group of companies.
New for 2014, Simtek are offering a “Progress NPI” prototyping service. Recognising the requirement for small prototype runs that need to iron out any potential placement or reflow issues, the company is offering a “wet paste/reflow” service where any chip components are manually placed whilst any no leg components (such as QFNs and BGAs) are machine placed to ensure alignment accuracy and elimination of shorts or opens.
Margate based CEM, Simtek EMS Limited will be celebrating their eighth year as a successfully independent and privately owned business in 2012.
Following a management buyout in 2004 by Richard Samuel and Lee Boulton, Margate based SIMTEK EMS have gone from strength to strength and despite the recent well documented global economic crisis, have seen a strong growth in present and forecasted orders.
Margate-based Simtek EMS, in its current guise has been offering a range of electronics manufacturing services for over six years now, following a Management Buyout (MBO) by the current owners Richard Samuel and Lee Boulton in 2004. But the company’s roots and experience extends back well over 14 years.
In a series of bold moves that are set to enhance their position within the CEM market, Simtek EMS has recently moved premises, increased their workforce and made fundamental investment in new equipment.
For their second year running, Simtek EMS will be exhibiting at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Exhibition 2007.
In response to requests from many Classic Mini enthusiasts from all over the country, Simtek EMS from Margate have designed a Lights On alarm suitable for fitting to all Minis from 1969 onwards.
Margate-based Simtek EMS, in its current guise has been offering a range of electronics manufacturing services for over two years now, following a Management Buyout (MBO) by the current owners Richard Samuel and Lee Boulton in 2004. But the company’s roots and experience extends back some 10 years as Richard explains.