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  1. Meet the Team at SMTA – Ohio Valley

    Come and meet some of the Team from Pine Electronics, Inc. who will participate in the Ohio Valley Chapter of SMTA (Surface Mount Technology Association) at the Embassy Suites Cleveland Rockside, in Independence, Ohio July 12, 2018.

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  2. Commitment to Quality

    Pine Electronics, Inc. successfully renews ISO certification to the new standard, ISO 9001:2015.

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  3. Lessons from the Olympic Games

    We love to watch the Olympic games. We love the spirit of friendly competition and the athletes bringing home the medals. But within the excitement of success and the agony of defeat, there are many lessons to be learned from these games. Lessons we can employ in our daily lives with massive impact and epic rewards.

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  4. Pine Companies play role in solving local High School Scoreboard Dilemma

    When a few LED bulbs went out on Lakeview High’s gymnasium scoreboard, the maintenance department turned to the Mercer County Career Center for help. Unfortunately it was a little more complicated than simply replacing a panel or two.

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  5. Brian Jesteadt joins Pine

    We are pleased to announce that Brian Jesteadt has joined Pine Instrument Company as the Network and Computer Systems Manager.

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  6. Doors Wide Open

    Recruitment and retention of a skilled workforce plagues many companies today. Baby Boomers making a mass exodus into retirement while millennials not stepping up. Where does this leave companies heavily reliant upon its workforce to provide goods and services? If not now, soon, it will leave many in crisis mode.

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  7. Understanding Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

    We all have experienced static electricity. It is a natural occurrence that will help in our understanding of electrostatic discharge. So, in order to have a “discharge”, one must first have a “charge”, right? This charge occurs when two different materials rub against each other – one becomes positive charged and the other negatively. The charge will remain until it is removed (discharged) by way of electric current or electrical discharge. Simply put, electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the release of static electricity.

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  8. When Contract Manufacturing Makes Sense

    To say businesses today operate in a competitive world would be a significant understatement. With easy access to information, creative utilization of social media, and new technology, companies can find themselves either leading the pack or lagging woefully behind their competitors. More than ever, it’s critical for businesses to maintain their “A game”.

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