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Sue Englander

Sue Englander a native of Rochester, NY, founded EEI Manufacturing Services in 1993 after a successful eighteen-year career in sales and management at top international electronics distribution organizations. Her extensive expertise and product knowledge have helped her forge solid business relationships with Department Of Defense Prime Contractors, OEMs and Federal Government Agencies. These relationships have endured and grown for more than thirty years.

This proven record of accomplishment demonstrates how Sue was able to grow EEI from two employees operating in a 300 square foot office with gross sales of $700,000 to today’s emergent company which boasts a re-modeled 20,000 square foot advanced technology facility.

EEI’s success is directly attributable to the strategic position in which Sue has placed her company. After her years of experience with large corporations, Sue understood that her company would have to leverage every available opportunity in order to be competitive the manufacturing industry Sue did her homework and obtained economic incentives through Federal certifications that designated EEI as a small, 8(a) Disadvantaged, woman owned business, as well as from the facility being located in a Brownfield.

Today, EEI is positioned as a leader in engineering and the manufacturing of aerospace and medical electro-mechanical and electronic equipment. EEI proudly supports numerous platforms supporting the Warfighter directly requiring flight critical and life support hardware. Sue being an ardent entrepreneur and seeing synergistic benefits, in 2009 EEI became an IPC licensed training center and has since added technical skills and business skills training focused on the manufacturing industry.

While maintaining a positive working atmosphere, and a culture of “The Best Parts. The People”, Sue encourages employees to excel at their tasks as well as to expand their knowledge and advance within the EEI organization; company training programs have yielded greater economic opportunity for EEI employees. This strategy is working not only for EEI but for the local community as well, EEI employees support several local non-profit outreach programs and Sue is a participant on several committees. Sue also belongs to and sits on the boards of numerous industry associations.

This underscores Sue Englander’s business philosophy that relationships are key and people are primary. The company continues to be guided by her own principles: credibility, quality and value.