Membrane Switch and Panel has been known for the design and manufacture of high quality membrane switches and graphic overlays for more than 30 years. It was incorporated in the state of California in 2007 and purchased from a previous owner. The operation was transferred from its previous Santa Ana address to the current facility located on the runway at Orange County’s John Wayne Airport. Significant investments have been made in infrastructure, manufacturing equipment, communications, digital print methodology, test gear, and rapid prototyping technology, enabling the company to provide state-of-the-art designs and production assemblies at competitive prices. Membrane Switch and Panel’s management team brings 35 years of OEM manufacturing expertise and an unrelenting dedication to its customers.
Our commitment to our customers and our focus on exceeding their expectations has enabled us to grow our business every year since acquisition, even through the challenging economy of 2008 and 2009. We secured ISO certification and quickly upgraded to the 9001:2008 standard; we have successfully maintained our certification through annual surveillance audits, are currently preparing to update the quality system for recertification to the pending 9001-2015 standard. Our accomplishments in quality, on-time delivery performance and customer satisfaction have positioned us as a leader in membrane switch manufacturing. Our mission is to continue to carry the message of the full range of possibilities to our current customers, and to cultivate new and stronger partnerships with existing and future customers.
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