SYPRIS EXPANDS TESTING WITH EMI & EMC CAPABILITIES
ORLANDO, Fla. (April 12, 2005) Sypris Test & Measurement, Inc.,
a subsidiary of Sypris Solutions, Inc., today announced the addition
of electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic conformance
(EMC) testing capabilities to its suite of testing and calibration service
The services are available through Sypris facilities
in Burlington, MA.,Wayne, N.J. and North Billerica, MA.
additions demonstrate our continued commitment to providing our customers
with the broadest possible base of experience and testing capability,
and enhance our presence in the Northeast," said John Baron, Director
of Testing Operations, Sypris Test & Measurement. "Sypris is a market
leader in the testing of semiconductor components, and military and
commercial product compliance testing."
The Massachusetts portion
of Sypris' EMI and EMC testing is made possible through an arrangement
with Quest Engineering in North Billerica, Mass.
Sypris will perform
EMI and EMC testing in that facility for both Quest and Sypris customers.
Quest will continue to do air lab, audio and product safety testing.
Sypris Test & Measurement, Inc. is a leading provider of calibration
services, test and component sourcing services, and specialty products
to major corporations and government agencies. Sypris serves customers
in a variety of markets, including military, aerospace, avionics, telecommunications
and more. With over 40 years of component sourcing and product testing
experience in locations across the U.S., Sypris is qualified to provide
cost effective, independent engineering and test support for a variety
of specific test needs. More information about Sypris Test & Measurement's
component and product testing services is available on the Internet
at www.WeTest.com, or by calling 800-839-4959.
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