Canadian Manufacturing

EP&T: Partnership is paramount at M.I.S.

by By Stephen Law, Editor EP&T   

Manufacturing Electronics

CEM leverages its patents to convert customer’s success.

A self-made entrepreneur, Saeid Mohmedi’s award-winning contact electronics manufacturing (CEM) business M.I.S. Electronics Inc. has come a long way from its raw beginnings – manually assembling pcb box builds in his basement at home. Incorporated in 1999, the Richmond Hill ON-based CEM has achieved success carving out its niche as a high-quality, full service, turn-key manufacturer serving such specialized design sectors as medical (ISO 13485 certified), aerospace, automotive, security, military, LED lights, AV and commercial communications to name some.

Adding to the firm’s level of comprehension when dealing directly with its customers, Mohmedi comes to the table with a formal education in electronics– not to mention a full complement of product patents that he is willing to leverage for his customer’s benefit.

Customer access to patents

“Each of these patents have the capability to establish many new spin-off companies. If any of these patents relates to what my customers are working on, I will give them licence to use it. This is something not every CEM can do,” he stressed.


This article originally featured in EP&T Magazine. Read the full version here. 


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