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EE Technologies

Electronic Evolution Technologies, Inc. (EE Technologies, Inc / EET) is a multi-national electronic manufacturing services (EMS) company headquartered in Reno, Nevada. EET provides full electronic and mechanical box build assembly services and also specializes in circuit board assembly for the automotive, medical, RF/wireless, gaming, military, scientific educational, industrial and digital audio/video markets. The Company operates a global manufacturing network with operations in the Americas and Mexico, providing a broad range of integrated services and solutions to leading OEMs (original equipment manufacturers). EET was recently recognized as one of the top 20 Contract Manufacturers in the Western United States.[2]

EE Technologies, Inc.
IndustryElectronic Contract Manufacturing
HeadquartersReno, Nevada
Key people
Sonny Newman (CEO)
ProductsComputing, communications, aerospace and defence, consumer, industrial, automotive electronics
Number of employees
300+ (2018)[1]



EE Technologies, Inc. was incorporated as Meridian Electronics in 1994. By 1999 Meridian Electronics had grown to $28 million a year in revenues and had 20 people. EE Technologies was spun off from Meridian Electronics in March 2000. In October 2000, the company moved into a new facility in South Reno, with all new equipment and a staff of 40 people. In December 2002, the company expanded their facilities by 25,000 sq ft (2,300 m2) allowing for improved production efficiencies and capabilities, as well as improved inventory management. Currently the company employs over 180 people with facilities in the US and Mexico. EE Technologies, Inc recently settled a lawsuit with the Environmental Protection Agency for $80,000.[3]


EE Technologies, Inc's global manufacturing network comprises locations in the Americas and Mexico. The company's global services include design and engineering, manufacturing and systems assembly, fulfillment and after-market services.

Empalme, Sonora Mexico, Mexico FacilityEdit

In October 2005, EE Technologies, Inc expanded further with the opening of a new, state of the art, facility in Empalme Mexico. The equipment, process, and training in the Mexico facility mirror the operations in Reno. Both facilities are ISO/TS 16949:2002 certified, and have capacity for future growth.[4]


  1. ^ "EE Technologies Utilizes Vitronics Soltec's Delta 5 Wavesoldering". Retrieved 2008-11-05.
  2. ^ "2007 top 100 contract manufacturers".
  3. ^ "Electronic Evolution pays $80,000 settlement in environmental lawsuit".
  4. ^ "Electronic Evolution to Set Up Facility in Mexico".

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