Digicom Electronics Expands Oakland, California EMS Facility


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Digicom Electronics, Inc., a technology and quality driven electronics manufacturing services company, has expanded its facility in Oakland, California in the San Francisco Bay area. In addition to doubling in size, Digicom has added even more advanced manufacturing equipment and additional personnel to increase manufacturing capacity and capabilities. Digicom specializes in complex electronic boards and assemblies for medical device, military, aerospace, and industrial products.

“We moved into this new facility just 3 years ago, but business has grown and we wanted to increase our capabilities and capacity, so we took over the entire building,” said Mo Ohady, general manager, Digicom Electronics. “We are excited about the quality and services we can offer and invite everyone to visit, bring their designs or prototypes, and see for themselves.”

The facility has a wall-to-wall ESD floor, specialized cleaning equipment and process controls, and an emphasis on green manufacturing. The most advanced component placement, selective soldering, reflow ovens, and automated inspection and test equipment have been added to Digicom’s already new and modern operation. All Digicom Electronics’ prototyping, purchasing, supply chain management, assembly, manufacturing, and shipping are housed in the expanded building, which is located at 7799 Pardee Lane, Oakland, CA 94621.

About Digicom Electronics

Digicom Electronics offers advanced electronics manufacturing with "Made in the USA Quality" that fits the needs of larger enterprises while at the same time providing the benefits and individual attention needed to serve start-up companies. Digicom collaborates in all aspects of the process from the design to the final, fully compliant product. Material procurement and management services include planning, purchasing, expediting and warehousing of components and materials. Digicom has ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485:2003 medical devices quality, quality system regulation 21 CFR 820, mil-spec 45208, ITAR, and numerous other certifications.

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