Stetron continues to innovate its technology and product road map to meet the demands of its clients as well as the growing audio market.
Stetron expands its product offering to include the engineering and manufacturing of dynamic receivers and microphones.
Monique Steger is named President and CEO of Stetron. Caroline Steger is appointed to Executive Vice President.
Pivoting its product offering to focus on the audio industry, Stetron builds its first anechoic chamber and full acoustic test lab in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
Stetron opens an office in Ningbo, China and hires a local team to more directly provide for an increasingly international customer base.
Stetron opens an office in Seoul, Korea in an effort to lower the cost of manufacturing while combating Taiwan’s rising inflation.
ECI is renamed and rebranded as Stetron International Inc.
ECI opens an office in Buffalo, NY to grow its global customer base.
ECI opens an office in Taipei,Taiwan, further expanding its Asian presence.
Pioneering the concept of third-party manufacturing, ECI begins outsourcing to Japan in an effort to deliver the best value for clients. This enables the company to grow, providing technically-advanced products at competitive prices.
Electronics Components International (ECI) is founded by Edward R Steger. It quickly grows as a rep firm for large electronics companies such as Siemens, Plessey Components, and National Connector.