A and M Electronics, Inc. is a state-of-the-art contract manufacturing facility, serving the military, commercial and medical electronics industry since 1977. Our specialty services include circuit board assembly, both SMT and through hole, material turnkey and consignment, cabling, harnessing, box build and other electronic products requiring fast turn quality assembly. A and M Electronics’ personnel are trained and certified to ANSI/J-STD-001, class 1, 2 & 3 workmanship standards. The equipment used in our services such as pick and place machines, re-flow ovens, wave solder machines, automatic optical inspection, component prep machines, etc., combined with our expertise, provide our customers with a quality product each and every time at competitive pricing.

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The Company

Ron Simpson and Tiffany Simpson - A and M Electronics
Ron Simpson, President
Experience: Supervisory and Managerial positions in Manufacturing Engineering and Industrial Engineering for Aero-Space Commercial & Medical Electronics since 1956.

Tiffiny Simpson, Vice President
Experience: Degreed Accountant, supervisory and managerial positions in Accounting. Business experience since 1969.

Our Facility

In 2003, A&M Electronics, Inc. moved a short distance into our new current state-of-the-art facility in Valencia, CA. This provided room to expand our operations and add new equipment as well as additional employees. This much needed improvement allowed us to better serve our customers at that time and positioned ourselves for future growth.

This strategically designed 12,000 square foot facility allows us to efficiently move your job through our production process which means we can typically satisfy even the most time-sensitive orders. It also allows us to handle jobs of nearly any size from one-up prototypes to large production orders.

Our temperature and humidity-controlled building ensures we are always operating safely to provide top quality results. Our facility is also ESD compliant to ANSI/ESD S20.20 standards and all workstations have constant monitoring systems to assure we maintain a proper static-free environment.