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Bulletin - Screaming Circuits COVID-19 Impact and Response

This article will be continually updated with our most current status.

Screaming Circuits  is open to support your manufacturing needs.

As of May 4, 2020:

What's new:

  • We delivering orders on-time 96% of the time

Important but unchanged:

  • Our factory is up and running with full capacity available.
  • Electronics directly directly related to diagnostics and treatment of COVID-19 will be given priority. Please let us know if you are requesting COVID-19 medical electronics.
  • If you are working from home and need an alternate delivery address, please let your customer service rep know as soon as possible.

More detail:

  • We have temporarily suspended our delivery guarantee (read more here). Turn-time gets you priority and our best efforts.
  • We are no longer accepting in-person drop offs, will-call pickups or any carriers other than UPS, FedEx and USPS. UPS, FedEx or USPS are our only options for pick up or delivery.

Our priority through this crisis is to keep our workforce safe and continue to serve our customers. We have enacted COVID-19 response best practices, including aggressive cleaning, work from home where possible, and social distancing to ensure that we will continue to be able to meet both of those objectives.

  • For the latest status update for our Milwaukee Electronics EMS division, please see: blog.milwaukeeelectronics.com.
  • For the latest status updates for our San Diego PCB Design PCB layout group, please see: sdpcb.com/blog.

According to the most recent Federal Government guidance, as stated in the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity-Infrastructure guidelines, manufacturing is a part of the “essential critical infrastructure” workforce during the COVID-19 response. More information is available at: www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce

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