RBB Names Jim Tennant President

On January 3, 2017, and for only the third time since 1973, a new president took over the reins at RBB. In honor of this historic event and Jim Tennant’s much-deserved promotion, I’d like to share a quick story that demonstrates how Jim began strengthening this organization on day one.

The Top 3 Principles Your Custom Control Panel Supplier Must Hold

You have a choice in qualified suppliers you can entrust with your control panel and electronic assembly work. It’s important to look for a panel supplier that will work with you every step of the way and not just for you. Ideal partners will thoughtfully review designs and fix any issue that arises, have strict documentation management protocols, and assemble and test every wire and connection.

5 Challenges for OEM’s with Legacy Products

Not like Apple

Unlike companies like Apple, Inc. who move all at once from one product generation to the next, many OEM’s base their value and reputation on customizing their product offerings to various clients and applications. It’s in their DNA to tweak and expand designs to deliver exactly what their customers need.

RBB Celebrates Manufacturing Day 2016

Located in Wooster, Ohio, RBB is excited to celebrate this year’s Manufacturing Day on Friday, October 7th. As a manufacturer of electronic circuit boards for clients with large portfolios of small batches of custom electronics, RBB is better known as The Small Batch Experts.

Why update your logo?


RBB has had several company logos since our founding 43 years ago and each one has been a variation on the original concept. Here are just a few:

4 Reasons Your Large Portfolio of Small Batches Drives Your CM to its Knees

You’re an OEM with a large annual demand and spending budget, check.

You get lots of attention from big Contract Manufacturers (CM’s), check.

You have oodles of unique assemblies to manage, check.

Most of your products are best ordered in small batches, check.

You can’t get no satisfaction, check.

RBB Systems Represents at Manufacturing Day 2015 in Wooster, Ohio

Connecting Students with Future Careers in Manufacturing

About Manufacturing Day

On Friday, October 2nd, Wayne County held their second annual Manufacturing Day. A panel of manufacturing employees from the area who have found success within their careers spoke with high school students to provide further knowledge and insights into the industry and where it’s going in the years to come.

Among these speakers, President and CEO of RBB Systems, Bruce Hendrick, shared his experiences with the students.

Can OEM’s efficiently Manage Large Portfolios of Ongoing Small Batches?

New Whitepaper Explores the Relationship between OEM’s and CM’s; How the right Partnership can lead to Marketplace Success

As President of RBB, I’m passionate about helping my customers.

RBB President Bruce Hendrick Recognized as one of NEO’s Top Executives

Bruce Hendrick Honored during Smart 50 Award Celebration

RBB President Bruce Hendrick, was honored Wednesday night during a special Smart 50 award celebration held at the Executive Caterers at Landerhaven.

When to Give Functional Testing a Test Drive

                               

The development and building of a circuit board assembly can range from a very simple to a highly complex design.     

At RBB, all boards, regardless of complexity, undergo a full visual inspection of the components as well as a complete check of the step-by-step instructions on the build. We also offer our customers the option for more advanced functional testing.