50 Greater Bay Area Manufacturers
Ranked by number of local manufacturing and assembly employees
Sonic Manufacturing Technologies was part of the 50 Largest Bay Area Manufacturers List.
This List included companies that manufacture products in the Greater Bay Area, which is defined as Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma counties.
ABOUT SONIC MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES
Established in 1996, Sonic Manufa…
Sonic Manufacturing Technologies achieved a major milestone in its Supply Chains at the Speed of Light initiative: Over 10 million parts procured instantaneously, touch-free and error-free since the program was launched one year ago. (read press release)
20,000 Purchase Order Lines
8,000 Unique Part Numbers
1-2 Days ARO
1 Year In Operation
David Ginsberg, Vice President of Supply Chain for Sonic stated, “These 10 million parts consist of over 8,000 unique …
Fremont, Ca (PRWEB)February 08, 2017
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Sonic Manufacturing Technologies Launches New WebsiteSonic Manufacturing punctuates its platinum anniversary with the debut of a new look and feel to its brand new website. It boasts an intuitive, user-friendly layout and new services Sonic Manufacturing is pleased to now offer.
Manmeet Wirk, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Sonic Manufacturing, is confident that the new website will make the request for quote process smoo…
Sonic Manufacturing Technologies is proud to announce its 20-year anniversary, an accomplishment that speaks to the electronic manufacturing service (EMS) company’s long-standing dedication to quality and commitment to customer satisfaction.
Customers who have come to rely on Sonic Manufacturing for the last 20 years will appreciate that, in light of the changing environment all around us, the company is still the same dependable EMS supplier it has been since its foundation in 1996. Manmeet…
On Oct. 7, Sillicon Valley students toured Fremont-area facilities to learn about careers in manufacturing. Companies that held tours for high school and college students included ALOM, AlterG, AnaSpec, Asteelflash, Bay Area Circuits, Cal Weld, LAM Research, Nationwide Boiler, Sonic Manufacturing Technologies and South Bay Solutions, Inc.
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