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West Palm Beach, FL, United States, 2021/03/31 - Florida MicroElectronics, LLC (FME) is excited to announce its rebrand as “Forte Micro” with a new logo and website - ForteMicro.com.
The company is a leading electronics contract manufacturer in South Florida, serving customers with complex, high mix, low-to-high volume PCB assemblies, thick film substrates, electromechanical systems assemblies, power supplies, precision machining, and special processes.
“The new brand reflects how our business has grown from Florida to a national and even international market. We have also evolved from producing microelectronics to offering customers a broad range of solutions to achieve their product goals,” said Anthony Byk, co-founder and general manager of Forte Micro. “We listen to our customers and assist them on manufacturing design to enable high quality and cost-efficient production from prototype to scale.”
“As a member of the South Florida Manufacturers Association (SFMA), we continue to be committed to the South Florida community. We are proud to maintain a local workforce throughout COVID-19 and look forward to continue serving innovative startups to Fortune 500 customers with our ‘Made in USA’ manufacturing,” said Amy Ferreira, co-founder and business manager of Forte Micro.
Forte Micro serves the aerospace & defense, automotive, commercial & industrial, communications, consumer, and medical device markets with high quality contract manufacturing services.
About Forte Micro
Forte Micro (fortemicro.com) is a leading electronics contract manufacturer based in West Palm Beach, Florida. The company traces its roots to Nortel Networks’ hybrid microcircuits component manufacturing unit that opened in 1981. It was later part of C-MAC Industries and then Solectron, before becoming an independent company in 2005. In 2020, the company was acquired by Leonard Levie and Brian Shiau.
Today, the company offers a wide range of design, engineering, manufacturing, automation, and testing solutions to support customers’ products from initial concept to design to prototype to design validation to testing and then to volume production. Its manufacturing capabilities include PCB assembly, thick film substrates, systems assembly, power supplies, precision machine, and special processes.