|LAKE OSWEGO, OR ?-?
Electronic engineering and manufacturing firm, Stilwell Baker Inc., announced the relocation of all business operations to Lake Oswego, Oregon. The company cites an increase in its core product development business as the key driver for the move. With the relocation, the company has upgraded in-house lab capacity, and now houses all departments in a single facility.
Stilwell Baker employees made the move to the Lake Oswego facility on November 26th. ?Our shift to providing customers with project management and engineering from concept through manufacturing has been successful, and we?re growing as a result,? said Darrel Baker, President and CEO for the company. ?Now our engineering department has a much larger lab with more bench space for managing multiple projects, and it?s going to accelerate product development for our customers,? he concluded.
Based in Oregon since 1993, Stilwell Baker has helped hundreds of companies develop new electronic products and re-design existing products for higher reliability, enhanced functionality, and lower cost. The company engineers and manufactures custom electronic devices, systems, and controls for industrial, commercial, military, and aerospace applications. Stilwell Baker?s services include complete project management, electronic and electro-mechanical engineering, PCB/PCA design, firmware/software development, prototyping, manufacturing, packaging, certification, regulatory compliance testing, and ongoing product support. The company maintains partnerships with supply chain and manufacturing facilities that reside exclusively within the United States.
The new address for Stilwell Baker is 6405 SW Rosewood Street, Building A, Suite A, Lake Oswego, OR, 97035. In February of 2013, the company will exhibit at the Pacific Design and Manufacturing trade show in Anaheim, CA, booth #3859. For more information, visit www.stilwellbaker.com
, or call 503.210.2100.