Product development services company recently launched
MB Pulizzi provides new product development engineering services to the data center, medical, military, aerospace, government, financial, and other industries where only a custom design will fulfill requirements.
MB Pulizzi LLC recently launched to new product development engineering services to the data center, medical, military, aerospace, government, financial, and other industries where only a custom design will fulfill their requirements. Also provided are small run manufacturing services for complete assemblies, PCB’s, cable assemblies and any other assemblies their clients require but the “big” manufacturing firms do not like to quote, according to those involved.
MB Pulizzi helps clients design, document and prototype new products for any industry that has a need for ac or dc power and distribution, power management, remote control, uninterruptible power supplies, power conditioning, power conversion, power factor correction and much more. As part of the design process, engineering, wiring, schematics, PCB layouts, software, bill of materials, approved vendor list and worldwide agency certifications are provided along with everything the client requires too go to production with their new product.
“Whenever there is a downturn in the economy, wonderfully talented, hard working, knowledgeable people lose their jobs. MB Pulizzi is made up of such individuals,” said Michael B Pulizzi, founder and president of MB Pulizzi. On staff are engineers with experience in ac and dc Power, mechanical, electrical, industrial engineering as well as pneumatic and digital systems, and more, Pulizzi noted.
Michael B Pulizzi, president, has 42 years experience in manufacturing, new product development, ac and dc power distribution, and worldwide safety agency approvals including RoHS for Chinese and European requirements.
MB Pulizzi LLC
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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