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US Congressman Brad Sherman’s Chief of Staff Tours NEO Tech Chatsworth Facility

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

CHATSWORTH, CA – April 29 2016 – NEO Tech was honored to host U.S. Congressman Brad Sherman’s Chief of Staff, Mr. Don MacDonald, for a visit and tour of the NEO Tech Chatsworth Microelectronic & Aerospace facility. The Chatsworth site has been building microelectronic assemblies that are used on the Patriot Air and Missile Defense
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Daily Shipments > Quarterly Shipments

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

When you focus on meeting daily goals instead of monthly or annual, you tend to hit your overall goals. This is true with training for a marathon or undertaking a weight loss diet. And at NEO Tech, we found this to be true with shipments. Learn how simplifying metrics can improve customer well being.

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A fresh take on overtime

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Many managers see overtime (OT) as a waste. Many employees see overtime as a bonus. At NEO Tech, we allow overtime to be used as a reward and not a profitability killer.

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Why outsource to NEO Tech

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Our sales team gets this question regularly. Here is one of our answers. Why Outsource to NEO Tech from NEO Tech on Vimeo. Outsourcing for First-Timers Outsourcing enables our customers to concentrate on what they believe are their core strengths. This could be engineering vision, innovative design, or marketing. These customers, the original equipment manufacturers
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Tour our OVO Facility

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

NEO Tech’s Ohio Valley Operations is located in Mason, OH. Our team focuses on advanced manufacturing techniques for industrial and medical applications.       OVO Facility from NEO Tech on Vimeo.

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The Best Meeting is Between 2 People

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

Have you ever been half-present in a meeting or a conference call and find yourself spending the time checking emails and working on other tasks? The NEO Tech Way optimizes all hand-offs including, customer, manufacturing, and office. Yet there is a systemic problem in corporations globally where there are too many people involved in meetings,
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