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1150 Pagni Drive | Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 | www.arc-tronics.com
 
Since 1972, Arc-Tronics has been providing streamlined solutions for electronic manufacturing services in the industrial, medical, aerospace, space and defense industries. We are experts in all aspects of production and assembly of printed circuit boards, cable and harnesses, and higher-level integration said Michael Goeringer, President of Arc-Tronics.
 
 

Arc-Tronics provides our global customers with the expertise that puts quality at the core of their products. All employees are trained to J-STD-001 standards. All assemblies are built to IPC 610 or 620 Class II or III standards depending on customer requirements.

The company has approximately 150 employees,

with an average tenure of more than 10 years, who provide clients with development, design, procurement, manufacturing, assembly, and delivery services. They were voted one of the Top 100 Companies to Work For in Illinois.

Conrad Goeringer started Arc-Tronics in 1972, from a basement near Wrigley Field, after raising less than $10,000 in seed money. He moved the business to Elk Grove Village, IL in 1976. The name ARC combined the first initials of Conrad’s siblings,’ Arlene and

Ronnie, with his. They worked together for a short time, but the name stuck. Sadly, Conrad passed away on July 2, 2016, the anniversary of his company’s founding 44 years earlier.

Arc-Tronics remains a family business being run by Michael, Matthew, and Marla Goeringer. Today, Arc-Tronics operates from two locations in Elk Grove Village: 1150 Pagni Drive and 1141 Pagni Drive. The company maintains a competitive stronghold by investing in technology spending more than $500,000 a year on capital equipment. “We just bought a $2 million ‘Pick & Place’ line that places up to 120,000 parts per hour,” Goeringer said, noting the machines can place small components that are barely visible to the eye, on circuit boards with extreme accuracy.