At Pioneer Service, we offer light assembly capabilities in support of our precision machining capabilities. In addition to making precision components, we can assemble them into finished parts or subassembly units. We provide these services to customers across a wide range of industries, including medical , general industrial, and aerospace .

Benefits of Light Assembly

Some companies choose to have each component individually shipped to their facilities for in-house assembly operations. While this solution may be effective, it is not always efficient.

Our light assembly services streamline the purchasing of machined components. By machining and assembling components before they reach the customer’s facility, we cut down on time to deadline, equipment costs, labor costs, and overall manufacturing costs. This is particularly beneficial for customers who place large or frequent orders, as the cost savings add up over time.

Want to simplify your single precision machined component processes and achieve more lean manufacturing objectives with just-in-time delivery of sub-assembled units? By working with us, you can reduce:

  • The number of SKUs entering your facility for inventory, resulting in easier inventory management
  • The amount of packaging materials coming into your facility that you need to dispose of, resulting in more eco-friendly and less expensive inbound shipping and receiving operations
  • The time and cost for unpacking and moving multiple parts through your facility, resulting in faster and cheaper production operations
  • The time for assembly on your own production line, resulting in shorter time to market

Types of Assembly

The primary goal of light assembly operations is to assemble products to the specifications and standards outlined by the customer. They can be classified into various categories, including:

  • Mechanical. Mechanical assembly operations involve generalists and specialists attaching the necessary mechanical components within an assembly line to produce the desired product or subassembly.
  • Electromechanical. Electromechanical assembly operations involve adding electronic components, such as circuitry and printed circuit boards (PCBs), to the product assembly.

At Pioneer Service, we specialize in mechanical assembly. By maintaining consistently high standards, we ensure the products we deliver perform effectively and efficiently. Many of the components on which we perform light assembly proceed to more complex and specialized assembly operations within the customer’s facility to produce the final product assembly.

Light Assembly Capabilities at Pioneer Service

Whether you need finished parts or subassembly units, the light assembly team at Pioneer Service has got you covered. We will work with you to ensure we meet your assembly work instructions and quality standards, so you can be sure your finished products will operate and perform as intended.

Our light assembly services generally involve the assembly of two to five components. While we typically work with components we’ve machined in-house, we can accommodate ones you supply to us, if needed. Once the unit is fully assembled, we package it for safe shipment and send it to your facility.

Light Assembly Capabilities
Light Assembly Capabilities
Light Assembly Capabilities
Light Assembly Capabilities

Contact Pioneer Service for Your Light Assembly Needs Today

At Pioneer Service, we have the capabilities to assemble your components into finished parts or sub-assembly units. To learn more about our product assembly services or discuss your assembly requirements with one of our representatives, contact us today.


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