Visit Dearborn Electronics at the DMSMS & STANDARDIZATION 2012 Exhibit, November 26 to 28, 2012
We will be present at the Electronic fair in Munich. The exhibition will be held from 13th to 16th of november 2012.
Visit us at stand 312, Hall B5!
Supported by our main shareholder LBO France, Exxelia Group (Eurofarad, Firadec, Sic-Safco, Astema, Microspire and Dearborn Electronics) has acquired the French company, Temex Ceramics.
Temex Ceramics, located in Bordeaux area in France, designs, manufactures and sells a wide range of RF and microwave passive components designed for applications in most leading professional markets: Radiocommunication, Medical, Industrial and Space industries.
Temex Ceramics will strengthens Exxelia’s product range, especially in ceramic capacitors
Dearborn Electronics Inc. strives to ensure timely delivery and to exceed our customer’s quality needs. Raytheon recognizes those companies that demonstrate excellence in delivery and quality of their supplied parts. Raytheon awards 3 stars for delivery and quality better than 90%, 4 stars for better than 95% and 5 stars for better than 98%. Additional criteria includes “overall quality, on-time delivery, and demonstrated commitment to continuous improvement”.
Over 200 suppliers received the 3 and 4-star awards and only 21 received the 5-star awards. Dearborn Electronics was one of the 21 suppliers to receive the 5-star award. Only the 5 star award recipients were congratulated personally by the Raytheon president Dr. Tom Kennedy.
Dearborn Electronics, located in Longwood, FL is a manufacturer of passive components including but not limited to film capacitors and ceramic EMI/RFI filters. Major markets include aerospace and defense, with 30+ military qualified parts. Dearborn is part of the Exxelia group, headquartered in Paris, France. The Exxelia group is a global leader of passive components and products include tantalum, magnetics, mica, ceramic, aluminum electrolytic, film, filters and more with high temperature and high voltage offerings.
Visit Dearborn Electronics at the Del Mar Electronics & Design Show May 2nd and 3rd, 2012
Firadec, an Exxelia company, purchases their tantalum powder from two sources. Both suppliers have been certified conflict free:
The Exxelia Group partially acquired Temex Ceramic signed an agreement to soon acquire all remaining shares. Temex Ceramics will strengthen Exxelia’s product range, especially in ceramic capacitors. This new alliance will accelerate the industrial and commercial growth of Exxelia and Temex Ceramics. Visit Dearborn Electronics and Temex Ceramics at IMS International Microwave Symposium booth # 3505, Montreal, Canada, June 17-22nd, 2012.
Dearborn Electronics, Inc. and the Exxelia Group are pleased to announce that Dearborn Electronics has joined the Exxelia family of companies as of October 6, 2011. This acquisition will strengthen Dearborn’s position in the field of film capacitor design and manufacturing by adding Exxelia’s products to Dearborn’s current line of products and services. Dearborn is excited about the partnership, and looks forward to continuing to supply its customers with outstanding products and services from our Longwood, Florida facility.
Dearborn Electronics, Inc. is a capacitor manufacturer of paper capacitors, film capacitors, high voltage capacitors, ceramic EMI filters, custom electronics and other allied components for the aerospace, defense, power electronics and other electronics industries. The Exxelia Group concentrates its activities on the design and manufacture of customized high technology products: capacitors, filters, precision mechanics, precision potentiometers, slip rings and wound magnetic components (transformers, inductors, sensors). Dearborn was founded in 1992 by Mr. Jim Sherry.
The Exxelia group includes Eurofarad, Sic Safco, Firadec, Microspire, Astema and now Dearborn Electronics. The Group currently has approximately 1150 employees across 6 companies and operates 8 manufacturing plants.