In a ceremony Tuesday at ProSource Industries, John Hayes with Congressman Kenny Marchant’s office delivered a Special Congressional Recognition to Steve Hyde, ProSource President/CEO, for the company’s new certification of quality management. Read More. …
Welcome to Prosource Industries
At ProSource Industries we specialize in a diverse array of custom products, including: electrical assemblies, mechanical assemblies, cable assemblies, and electromechanical assemblies for a wide variety of industries.
As a veteran-owned, small business with over 20 years’ experience in our field, we not only have the capacity to understand and meet your design and build requirements; we have proven quality processes ingrained in our system to meet your expectations, while helping your company in being innovative regarding improvements in overall supply chain management programs.
With an impressive and exclusive mixture of capabilities, we have the ability to manufacture quantities of one item each, to literally quantities in the millions of different custom electrical assemblies. What is even more impressive is that we will produce them defect-free, on time, and at the most competitive cost for local, national, and international customers. So why not request a quote? Regardless of whether your company manufactures your current electrical assembly requirements in house, or you outsource them to a current supplier, please give us the opportunity to impress you with just how competitive our price structures can be. You have nothing to lose – but extra costs – and everything to gain. Please contact us today, so we can truly become, “your connection to manufacturing excellence”!
TMAC (Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center) is part of the MEP (Manufacturing Extension Partnership) which is partially funded by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). TMAC’s goal is to increase efficiencies to improve Texas manufacturing. ProSource worked with TMAC to acquire the AS9100C certification to open up new opportunities in new industries.