Critical designs such as military, aerospace, and medical devices may carry restrictions on whether they can be changed. At time of initial design this may not pose a problem. However it becomes challenging as parts begin to become obsolete and harder and harder to find. To protect your business Precision Graphics will help you ensure that those critical components are always available.
Our sales team as well as supply chain work closely with our vendors to ensure that we always have the critical components we need. When we learn of a product beginning to become obsolete we will notify our customer and will purchase the parts for future use when necessary. However if components have already become obsolete not to worry. We have a dedicated network of vendors who procure obsolete parts that offer 100% traceability.
Precision Graphics allows you to have to peace of mind that your design is never in danger of becoming obsolete.
“There is a reason Precision Graphics has been our supplier for over 30 years. Their quality speaks for itself. We know we can count on them no matter the project.”
“Our business with Precision Graphics over the past 5 years has doubled. We pulled all of our electronic assemblies from other supplies and now only use Precision Graphics because of how great they have been to work with.”
“We have used Precision Graphics as our manufacturing arm because how quick they are able to react to our needs. When our customer calls we are always able to say yes to our customer needs because we know our manufacturer, PGI, can handle it.”
“We once had an internal inventory shortage that would have endangered our delivery schedule on a military contract. Precision Graphics jumped through hoops for us to get product turned around in 48 hours and we made our delivery deadline.”
“Many previous CMs found our products difficult to assemble. Since the late 90’s when we started with Precision Graphics as our CM we have been able to grow our business and PGI never seems to have any issues, whether it’s helping us introduce a new product, or building a legacy product.”