Restronics Metro
We take a consultative approach to representing our Manufacturer Partners. We're here for you to help find the solutions you are searching for in the PCB and Medical Device manufacturing industry.

We appreciate you taking the time to visit the Restronics Metro website. This site has been designed to be a source of information for all of our Manufacturer Partners, our Distribution Partners, and ultimately, our Customer Partners.

The website is built to educate, inform, and to serve as a hub to get and leave ideas. It’s vial to me that our website is useful to you. So, if you have any questions, things you want to explore, or if you just want to leave us a comment, I welcome you to do so.

Sincerely,
-- David
David Leventhal
Managing Partner, Restronics Metro


Our Scranton Team represents some of the top product lines in the electronic manufacturing equipment and supplies industry.
Our goal is to identify and represent the right solution for your medical equipment and electronic manufacturing equipment and supplies. Contact us to meet and talk about your needs.

Electronic Manufacturing Industry Statistics and Growth Projections

These trends have meant that there are many of influences changing the industry. The list below highlights several influential data that have been singled out as a consequence of this. A sampling ofhe most notable include:
  1. Hourly downtime is experienced by many businesses. 98% say it can cost them at least $100,000 per hour.
  2. Predictive maintenance can decrease expenses by 20%.
  3. Unplanned outages can be reduced with predictive maintenance by up to 50%.
  4. 72% of large companies must maintain 99% minimum uptime.
  5. The electronic manufacturing industry is expected to grow by roughly 8% by 2025.
  6. 50% of IoT spending is projected to focus on transportation, logistics, and discrete costs.
  7. 40% of IoT customers prefer doing business with an established company.
  8. 63% of companies believe investment in IoT devices will increase profitability.
  9. Three-quarters of companies will have digitized their supply changes by 2021.
  10. Close to a third of companies have already implemented IoT into their devices.