HABCO Manufacturing has been recognized by Congressman Ted Deutch and the United States House of Representatives.
Online PR News – 22-October-2015 – Boca Raton, FL – HABCO Manufacturing has been recognized by Congressman Ted Deutch and the United States House of Representatives for demonstrating its commitment to the industry by participating in National Manufacturing Day.
“We are honored to receive this recognition from Congressman Deutch for our expertise in quality and contract manufacturing,” said Linda Cooke, Director of Manufacturing Services. “HABCO Manufacturing has become a valuable resource for manufacturers and other businesses needing additional labor to support their businesses.”
HABCO Manufacturing and the Habilitation Center were honored in the United States Congressional Record on October 1, 2015 for their manufacturing expertise, particularly in the areas of aerospace and aviation. The organization hosted a National Manufacturing Day event, as part of National Manufacturing Month, with Congressman Deutch and Commissioner Steven Abrams, along with industry professionals Mark Fiscella and Richard Lay of ACR Electronics, Mark Laffler and Steven Klar of Reagan Wireless, and Patrick Pesa of LCOM International joining in the celebration.
As a contract manufacturer of products in a number of industries including aerospace, maritime, defense and pharmaceutical products, HABCO Manufacturing employs sophisticated high-tech assembly capabilities, supply chain management, engineering, quality and production. The organization has been named South Florida’s “Manufacturer of the Year” and holds the same accreditations required by the high-level industries it serves, such as AS9100C, SIX SIGMA and ISO 9001:2008. HABCO Manufacturing will be exhibiting at the Manufacturing Association of Florida Conference and EXPO on November 4th and 5th.
With a variety of solutions to support customer needs as well as a seasoned team of professionals, HABCO Manufacturing’s unique program offers client training in the following areas of expertise, among others: Electronic and Mechanical Assembly; Cable Assembly & Wiring Harnesses; Cellular Phone Repair; Contract Packaging & Fulfillment; Product Testing; Repair, Recycling, Refurbishment; Kitting and Warehousing; and Sewing.
HABCO Manufacturing is an integral part of the Habilitation Center for the Handicapped, Inc. which was founded in 1978 for the purpose of serving adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs. The Center’s mission is to equip these men and women with the knowledge, skills and behaviors needed to lead useful and productive lives with dignity, respect and independence. The Center, which currently serves over 200 adults with disabilities, relies heavily on its Manufacturing Services Program, which, in addition to being an excellent vocational training program, is also a dynamic enterprise and a vital source of operating revenue. For more information, visit http://habcomanufacturing.com and www.habcenter.com.