Mack Technologies, Inc.
Mack Technologies is a leading provider of printed circuit board assembly, systems assembly, and electronics contract manufacturing services with locations in the US and Mexico.
With over 1,500 employees and 337,000 square feet of manufacturing space across North America, Mack offers flexible manufacturing solutions for complex products in a high mix, low to medium volume environment. Clients in a range of industries—including defense, aerospace, medical device, and industrial products—value our financial stability, our engineering resources, and our relentless focus on quality and customer service.
Mack Technologies is part of the Mack Group, a privately-held, full-service contract manufacturer founded in 1920. Mack Group is debt free and holds a 5A1 D&B rating.
Mack Technologies is a global provider of complex electronic manufacturing services (EMS), including printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), system integration and configuration, and direct fulfillment. We specialize in serving customers with stringent quality and reliability requirements, such as the health care and military markets.
With locations in the US and Mexico, we offer flexible, redundant, and quality-driven solutions in a dynamic and rapidly-evolving manufacturing environment.
Mack Technologies is a wholly owned subsidiary of the privately held Mack Group. Mack, with a 5A1 D&B rating (the highest available) has no outside short- or long-term debt. Mack Technologies is consistently ranked among the top contract manufacturers in the world.
Mack Technologies is a wholly owned subsidiary of the privately held Mack Group Corporation, which also includes Mack Molding, Mack Prototype, and Synectic Engineering. Mack Group holds a 5A1 D&B rating, the highest rating assigned to low-risk enterprises with strong financials. The corporation has no outside short-term or long-term debt and all acquisitions and growth are self-funded.
For customers, Mack’s strong financial health minimizes risk. Unlike many highly leveraged contract manufacturers who are burdened by debt obligations, Mack can sustain economic downturns without any disruption to production cycles.
Founded in 1920, Mack’s company culture—which centers on teamwork, cooperation, and commitment to employee advancement—contributes to low employee turnover. Many of Mack’s senior executives have worked at the company for decades.