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Liberty Electronics, Inc. Q2-2019 Recap

Hello, there

We're officially in the dog days of summer, which means fall will be here before we know it. Besides looking for ways to beat the heat, we have spent this last quarter hard at work at here at Liberty Electronics. In our Q2 Newsletter, we have several updates and announcements regarding growth and expansion as well as our focus on spreading safety awareness. We are also highlighting the dedication of some of our Liberty employees. 

Lastly, I want to highlight our new RFQ checklist for anyone looking to improve the cycle time and quality of the bid process. I hope this will be of use to you. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know. Feel free to share this news as you see fit either by forwarding on this email or using this link

Thank you! - Scott Anderson, Director of Business Development 



During the second quarter, Liberty Electronics has been excited to begin preparations for some growth and expansion. We are opening a new facility, continuing to on-board new team members, and are investing in new state of the art equipment such as a wire cutting and stripping machine with ink jet marking.


We also celebrated Safety Awareness Month by building awareness of the importance of safety in the workplace through classroom activities and events such as our annual Kid's Day. Our increased safety awareness has been instrumental in driving incidents down and improving the quality of the working environment and productivity here.

At Liberty, we recognize the hard work performed every day by our dedicated employees. Several of our most seasoned team members recently celebrated service milestones. We continue to be grateful for every individual who contributes to the success of Liberty Electronics, as our continued growth wouldn't be possible without them. 

Thank you. - John L. Dumot, President    



Rapid + TCT Event 

This past May, Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor, George Allman, attended the Rapid+TCT event in  20190521_170931Detroit, Michigan. George has attended this event series for the past five years, and has presented at this event numerous times. Known worldwide as North America’s most important additive manufacturing event, Rapid+TCT is where then entire additive manufacturing community convenes to share what’s new in the industry and to discover solutions and advancements in the industry.  This year’s event included over 400 exhibitors highlighting the latest technologies related Additive Manufacturing, as well as hundreds of presentations conducted by some of the world’s leading corporate leaders, researchers, educators, and innovators. 


Applications ranging from aerospace, electronics, and emerging military technologies, to the latest advancements in material science, metrology, and bio-medical resources were presented in educational and discussion sessions.  

Continuing to stay at the forefront of technology advancements such as attending the Rapid+TCT event, helps to set Liberty Electronics ahead of the competition, and further positions them as an innovator in the wiring harness and cable assembly industry. 



Building Expansion

We are excited to announce that in order to accommodate growth we will be expanding into a new space across the street from our Howard Street location. The space is 8,000 square feet, and we are on schedule to begin production at this location in August. 

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Are you part of our Manufacturing Rep Network? Be sure to check out the latest updates!

Updates this month:

  • Get your RFQ checklist to ensure the right information is being provided to help improve the quality of the bid as well as the time it takes to complete it. 
  • Want to be able to show Liberty's value over competitors? Be sure to ask us about our sales battle cards.

Liberty Electronics understands the vrep_handshakealue of partnerships. We believe the best partnerships are built on communication, dependability, and respect. These same fundamental qualities that bring us a high amount of repeat business, are also key to the strong relationships we have with our select network of manufacturing representatives. In our minds, success only comes when both parties see wins. This is why Liberty offers a structured program to help our manufacturing reps get those wins. Read more about the program here.*


Safety First - Training Liberty Electronics

Safety First: How Liberty Prioritizes Safety in the Workplace

Most companies work to ensure a maximum standard of safety in a workplace environment. There are several unique ways that Liberty makes employee safety and security a priority, by getting not only employees involved, but their families as well. See how Liberty highlights the importance of continuing workplace safety.   

Workplace safety starts with aptly training the workforce, not only in day to day safety practices, but also in proper emergency response. In addition to each employee learning safety policies and procedures, Liberty conducts annual mandated safety training along with providing certifications.             


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Single-Source Procurement Considerations for Aerospace & Defense OEMs: Pros and Cons

OEMs in the aerospace and military defense industries rely on efficient integration of many different parts with little margin for error. As a result, effective aerospace and military manufacturing relies heavily on maintaining good business relationships between different buyers and suppliers on the production chain.

OEM suppliers must build parts both quickly and in accordance with a long list of precise specifications. As such, military and aerospace manufacturers are increasingly outsourcing their supply chain to focus on their core competencies.               


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Employee Spotlight: Bryce Mattson, Program Manager 


Bryce Mattson has been with Liberty Electronics since June of 2018 as a Program Manager overseeing key military and aerospace accounts. He is passionate about process improvement and is utilizing his skills to incorporate up-to-date instant messaging applications to improve communication. In addition, he is interested in computer programming and is working to automate some daily tasks in order to streamline processes. 
A Massachusetts native, Bryce moved to Scranton when he was 12 years old and has lived in western Pennsylvania since last year. He graduated from Grove City College with a degree in Mathematics in 2018 and just recently completed the Dale Carnegie Course Skills for Success in June. Bryce was a member of the Omnicron Xi Fraternity and served as both the Vice President and President of the Men's Club Volleyball team.

Providing the right information upfront can both improve the quality of the bid and reduce the time it takes to complete it. Get your RFQ checklist below: 

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