• 2018

    Stetron expands its reach into New England, New Jersey and upstate New York through an alliance with Ashtec Inc.

  • 2017

    Stetron expands product offering to include loudspeakers for use in medical products requiring IEC 60601-1-8 certification

  • 2016

    Stetron continues to innovate its technology and product road map to meet the demands of its clients as well as the growing audio market.

  • 2015

    Stetron begins designing and supplying customized audio enclosures.

  • 2008

    Stetron expands its product offering to include the audio engineering and manufacturing of dynamic receivers and microphones.

  • 2007

    Stetron expands its audio engineering and quality team by opening two offices in China.

  • 2002

    Monique Steger is named President and CEO of Stetron. Caroline Steger is appointed to Executive Vice President.

  • 1995

    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.

  • 1993

    Stetron opens an office in Ningbo, China and hires a local team to more directly provide for an increasingly international customer base.

  • 1986

    Stetron opens an office in Seoul, Korea in an effort to lower the cost of manufacturing while combating Taiwan’s rising inflation.

  • 1981

    ECI is renamed and rebranded as Stetron International Inc.

  • 1979

    ECI opens an office in Buffalo, NY to grow its global customer base.

  • 1978

    ECI opens an office in Taipei, Taiwan, further expanding its Asian presence.

  • 1971

    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.

  • 1965

    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.