Digital Microcircuit Testing
Component Packaging
Taping and Reeling
Prom Programming
Processing
Environmental Conditioning
Solderability / Tinning
PLD Programming
Final Inspection
Hardware / Assembly and Fabrication
Reliability Testing
R/F Microwave
Discrete Testing
Materials Analysis
Relays & Cables
RF Microwave
Environmental Testing
Prom Programming

 

CLIFTON, NJ Joseph Federico, VP and Director of NJ MET, Inc. announced the celebration of Russell Landis’s 10th year anniversary of employment with the company.
Russ Landis came on board in November 2007 as an electronic component instrumentation engineer whom after several years was promoted to Environmental Test Manager.

“ It is an honor to say that Russ is another fine example of the dedicated personnel in our laboratory and the fourth to be honored over a one year period.” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters in Clifton, NJ.

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Joseph Federico, VP and Director of NJ MET, Inc. announced the celebration of Sumitra Patel’s 10th year anniversary of employment with the company.

Sumitra Patel

Sumitra Patel poses with her service anniversary plaque at the NJ MET, Inc. holiday party.

Ms. Patel came on board in November 2007 as an electronic component processor and after ten years of commitment and outstanding service now serves as lead tester in the large scale integrated circuit department.

“Sumitra is another fine example of the dedicated personnel in our laboratory and the third to be honored over a one year period.” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters in Clifton, NJ.

“It has been an honor working with Sumitra in our large scale integrated circuit area.” added her supervisor James Klingener. ” Sumitra is a very reliable colleague who goes above and beyond in working extra hours to ensure the customers products are tested and shipped on time.”

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NJ MET Inc. Director Joseph Federico announced that the company’s annual holiday toy drive will benefit Oasis, a Haven for Women and Children, in Paterson, NJ, for the sixth consecutive year. Once again, toys and games have been collected since Thanksgiving. Wayne, NJ resident Joseph Federico has led this drive at NJ MET Inc. which has collected many toys for distribution throughout the holiday. “We are extremely grateful to our family and friends who continue to participate in this worthy cause. The support of this drive is overwhelming and humbling,” said Joseph Federico.

The toys will be delivered to the children residing at OASIS in time for Christmas morning. According to their website, (http://oasisnj.org) Oasis is dedicated to feeding and clothing needy women and children and offering them educational resources and skills to obtain meaningful employment and break the cycle of poverty. Oasis offers these services in a safe, compassionate and nurturing environment. Oasis is committed to fostering healthy family relationships, and seeks to preserve the dignity of people and their cultures.

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Back in January 2016, I had the privilege of writing an article on “Solderability and Tinning: Does the Industry Really Know the Difference?”

Jim D. Raby

Mr. Jim D. Raby
Courtesy of the Raby Family

Even more of a privilege was the opportunity to collaborate with an industry giant on the concepts of solderability and tinning to help educate engineers and quality personnel in the aerospace, military, and industrial fields on how to properly perform these processes on components which have been manufactured.

That industry giant was Mr. Jim D. Raby, PE. Jim died peacefully June 16, 2017, at his home in Madison, AL. Jim was 82 years old. Jim was born on Aug. 10, 1934, in the town of Jeff, AL. He graduated from Monrovia High School in 1952 and briefly attended Andrew Jackson Business School in Nashville, TN. In 1954, Jim joined the U.S. Navy and served his country honorably as a Seabee and as a Communications Technician. Jim married the love of his life, Mary Ellen (Mitchell), March 13, 1959. Jim and Ellen recently celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary. Jim and Ellen celebrated the birth of their son, David, in December 1959. David has spent many years at Jim’s side and is diligently carrying on the mission his dad set before him.

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CLIFTON, N.J. – Joseph Federico Vice President and Director of Operations, has officially announced NJ MET’s participation in the Electronic Testing Exhibition and Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) conference at The Tampa Convention Center, Tampa Bay Florida December 4-7, 2017.

“Once again we are excited to participate in the DMSMS conference and to collaborate with the electronics industry on diminishing manufacturing sources as well as material shortage and current obsolescence issues,” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters located in Clifton NJ.

Obsolescence and DMSMS are often used interchangeably. DMSMS is the lack of sources or materials; obsolescence is lack of availability due to statutory, process and design changes. An obsolete product refers to the product in question not being needed anymore, and DMSMS is driven by financial needs pushing a product out of production, but not necessarily out of use. (continue reading…)

CLIFTON, N.J. –Joseph Federico, VP and Director of Operations of NJ MET, Inc., announced the company’s annual Thanksgiving charity food drive will once again benefit Eva’s Kitchen and Oasis – A Haven for Woman and Children, both located in Paterson, NJ.for 2017.

“For the past 19 years, NJ MET Inc has sponsored a food drive at Thanksgiving to support Eva’s Kitchen. The NJ MET Thanksgiving project is just one of the charitable drives undertaken throughout the year by the company.

“After many years we encourage everyone in our area to contribute canned goods and other food products to help feed the homeless and hungry in the Passaic County area,” said Joseph Federico from the company’s headquarters located in Clifton NJ.”

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CLIFTON,NJ Joseph Federico, VP and Director of NJMET, Inc. announced the celebration of Guari Rana’s 10th service anniversary of employment with the company.

Ms. Rana came on board in June 2007 as an electronic component tester and after ten years of commitment and outstanding service now serves as the Principal Final Inspector.

“Gauri is another fine example of dedication in our laboratory. It has been a pleasure working with her for many years and this recognition speaks volumes of her commitment,” said Joseph Federico from NJMET’s headquarters.

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Clifton, N.J. —  Joseph Federico, VP and Director of NJ MET, Inc. announced the celebration of Antony Puthenkalam’s 10th anniversary of employment with the company

Anthony Puthenkalam 10 Year Service Award

Anthony Puthenkalam poses with his 10 Year Service Award which was presented to him by Joseph Federico

Mr. Puthenkalam came on board in April 2007 as a Destructive Physical Analysis (DPA) Engineering Assistant and after ten years of commitment and outstanding service now serves as the DPA manager.

“Antony is a fine example of true dedication in our laboratory. It has been a pleasure working with him for many years,” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters.

“It has been a sincere pleasure working with Antony. He is a detail-oriented engineer who takes pride in his work,” added NJ MET DPA Assistant Harry Patel.

Mr. Puthenkalam was presented with a commendation plaque congratulating his 10 years of loyalty and friendship at a breakfast in his honor which was attended by his fellow employees.

For nearly 40 years, NJ MET has been a pioneer in the Commercial, Military, Aerospace, Industrial, Automotive and Medical fields providing electronic component procurement, screening and qualification testing of electronic component products. NJ MET is AS9100 Rev. C / ISO9001:2008 certified and has successfully completed of The Defense Logistic Agency’s (DLA) laboratory suitability assessment and is now qualified to test federal stock classes (FSC) 5961 (Semiconductor Devices) and FSC 5962 (Microcircuits) to DLA’s QTSL test requirements. NJ MET is also registered with GIDEP, SAE International, ASTM, ITAR, IEEE, and ANSI/ESD20.20. Its employees have hands on training in the Counterfeit Components Avoidance Workshop by The Components Technology Institute, Inc. and just celebrated 38 years of Laboratory Procurement and Testing Services. NJ MET has an outstanding A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

For more information, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET, Inc., Clifton, NJ (973) 546-5393. Please visit NJ MET at http://www.njmetmtl.com.

 

-Joseph Federico, Director of Operations at NJ MET, Inc. announces that he will lead Team NJ MET in the 2016 March of Dimes Walkathon, in Manhattan on Sunday, April 30, 2017, for the 14th consecutive year.

“Team NJ MET will assemble at 10 Lincoln Center on 62nd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues at 8:30 AM. We are honored to help The March of Dimes by participating in their annual spring walk as well as the Bark for Babies Dog Walk held in NJ in the fall,” said NJ MET team leader, Joseph Federico.

Great strides have been made by March of Dimes-funded research in decreasing the number of babies born with birth defects. Researchers continue to work finding ways to eliminate disabilities.

“The money that is raised by the March of Dimes funds important research and programs that help babies begin healthy lives. It promises to be a fun day out with people who share our passion for improving the health of babies. We have had the privilege to participate in the past with NFL football greats such as Joe Namath and Eli Manning,” said Joseph Federico.

For nearly 40 years, NJ MET Inc. has been a pioneer in the Commercial, Military, Aerospace, Industrial, Automotive and Medical fields providing worldwide quality electronic component procurement, screening and qualification testing of electronic component products. NJMET, Inc. has an outstanding A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Join March of Dimes Walk

If anyone is interested in participating in NJ MET’s 2017 March of Dimes Walkathon team, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET, Inc.’s NJ headquarters at (973) 546-5393. Please visit NJ MET at http://www.njmetmtl.com

Information about the NY March for Babies can be found at https://www.marchforbabies.org/EventInfo/?EventID=18206

This release was published no Business Wire at http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170224005780/en 

Joseph Federico, Vice President of NJ MET, Inc. announced the renewal of his membership with SAE International for a seventh year.

“I am happy to continue my participation for a seventh year in SAE’s testing, validation and certification management category, particularly with NJ MET’s interests in aerospace testing and counterfeit parts mitigation,” said NJ MET Vice President Joseph Federico from the company’s laboratory headquarters in NJ. He added, “We practice SAE’s AS5553 and AS6081 Counterfeit Risk Mitigation Testing Processes. We also share SAE International’s interest in furthering STEM education, including sponsoring our own STEM scholarship.”

SAE  International publishes over 6,400 technical documents for the aerospace industry. These include Aerospace Standards (AS), Aerospace Recommended Practices (ARP), and Aerospace Information Reports (AIR). Aerospace Standards apply to missile, airframe, ground-support equipment, propulsion, propeller, and accessory equipment. Aerospace Material Standards are a subset of Aerospace Standards governing materials science and engineering for aerospace applications. Aerospace Recommended Practices are recommendations for engineering practice. Aerospace Information Reports contain general accepted engineering data and information.

Read the complete press release on Jjoseph Federico renwing membershi is SAE  international at Joseph Federico of NJ MET, Inc. Announces Renewal of SAE International Membership for his Seventh Consecutive Year

 

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