Our experienced manufacturing engineers and technologists provide state-of-the-art PCB assembly and manufacturing services. We cover all steps of the process, from control conceptualization and design, to surface mount (SMT) or through-hole PCB manufacturing, as well as all mechanical operations for enclosures and fixtures.
Drawing on extensive experience in design and engineering for advanced electronic controls, Etratech Inc. combines top quality production with service and value in leading-edge hardware and software development. . Our Engineering staff consists of multi-disciplined, industry-experienced, licensed Professional and advanced degreed personnel.
We know that stringent quality control and testing standards are as important as excellent design and manufacturing expertise. We take a Total Quality Management approach, combining ISO/TS 16949:2009 certification with Six Sigma practices to assure you of superior design, manufacture, testing, and inspection of your electronic controls.
We offer all of our customers the benefits of participating in our Total Acquisition Management™ (T.A.M.) program. Regardless of size or industry, your company can leverage our established relationships and global purchasing power to efficiently manage commodity acquisition, lead times, pricing, and local or off-shore production logistics.
Gaba was founded in 1995 by Karen and Hideki Yoshino. It was originally a matching service for students and teachers, and lessons were conducted in various locations, such as coffee shops or at teachers’ homes. From 2000, the company established schools, referred to as “Learning Studios” where students, referred to as clients, and teachers, referred to as instructors, met, and lessons were conducted.
Motorola designed and sold wireless network equipment such as cellular transmission base stations and signal amplifiers. Motorola’s home and broadcast network products included set-top boxes, digital video recorders, and network equipment used to enable video broadcasting, computer telephony, and high-definition television. Its business and government customers consisted mainly of wireless voice.