Liberty Electronics specializes in manufacturing electronic wiring harnesses, cable assemblies, complete cabinet and panel assemblies and electro-mechanical assemblies.
Who We Are
Since 1985, Liberty Electronics has been specializing in manufacturing electronic wiring harnesses, cable assemblies, complete cabinet and panel assemblies, and electro-mechanical assemblies. Our 35% employee-owned (ESOP) registered small business constantly strives to have a low negative environmental impact with a focus on waste management, health, and safety through the everyday work of our 350 employees.
Liberty complies with the most stringent military and best commercial practice requirements for electronic assembly, and we have a proven track record of program cost savings, and reliability improvement solutions. We consistently meet customer delivery and satisfy customers with our on-time fulfillment and also offer consulting during the design process to reduce cost and lead time and help them improve quality and reliability.
In addition to our dedication to quality service and on-time delivery, Liberty’s reputation is as a relationship-first company that values cooperation over competition.
Where We’re From
We have three primary manufacturing locations in Franklin, Pennsylvania totaling 150,000 square feet for the defense, aerospace, nuclear, and commercial markets:
- 75,000 sq. ft. facility on Howard Street
- 34,000 sq. ft. facility on Wible Way
- 24,000 sq. ft. facility on Route 8
These locations encourage a strong sense of community within Franklin and allow us to continue to maintain all production within the United States.
What We Do
Liberty provides Program Management Services including:
- Timely status reports to each customer
- Fast accurate answers to customer inquiries
- Internal configuration management
Some of the key people who have been valuable in wiring Liberty for success are:
- John L. Dumot President CEO
- John J. Dumot, Vice President
- Marc McGill, Director of HR and Quality Assurance
- Linda Wolbert, Controller
- Scott J. Anderson, Director of Business Development
- Shawn Benson, Engineering and Facilities Manager
Liberty’s electrical wiring harnesses, electrical cable assemblies, electrical cabinet assemblies, box builds, and electrical panel assemblies are in use on multiple programs and projects supporting:
- Nuclear Energy
- Weapons Systems
- Aircraft Electronics
- Targeting and Fire Control
- High-Reliability Commercial
- Power Generation
- Transportation Systems
- Nuclear Controls
- Medical Equipment
- Postal Systems
Share the benefits of our broad electronics assembly experience and see the results with your program.
Compliance and Certifications
We are a Nadcap AC7121 accredited, AS9100 and ISO-9001 registered company whose products are used across multiple military, aerospace and nuclear platforms and products, as well as various industrial and transportation systems.
Liberty complies with the most stringent military and best commercial practice requirements, such as NIST and ITAR, for electronic assembly. We have a proven track record of program cost savings, and reliability improvement solutions.
IPC is a global trade association dedicated to furthering the competitive excellence and financial success of its members, who are participants in the electronics industry. In pursuit of these objectives, IPC devotes resources to management improvement and technology enhancement programs, the creation of relevant standards, protection of the environment, and pertinent government relations.
Part of Liberty’s original mission was to be the finest, most technically competent wire manufacturing organization ever assembled. Through our innovative work, our quality products and service, and our prioritization of safety, we continue to fulfill that mission every day.
As we continue to invest in 3D printing and prototyping to stay on the cutting edge of new applications of growing technology, Liberty uncovers more ways to use the tools to improve the daily lives of our employees and lift our work product to the highest level. Liberty also invests our efforts, our dollars, and our training hours into CAD 3D diagrams, Oracle Agile ERP, and IT in order to constantly push ourselves and our abilities forward.
Through our application of 3D printing ergonomics, in-house training, and state-certified safety program, Liberty works tirelessly to empower our employees with the knowledge and equipment they need to stay safe on the job every day.
Committed to Quality
Here at Liberty, our quality strategy revolves around the needs of our customers and their specific products. We operate with Lean Manufacturing principles and utilize Six Sigma tools across the value stream. Liberty strives to achieve zero defects on all of our assemblies.
Continuous improvement is our priority. Certified Six Sigma black belts are on staff, and projects are worked under the auspices of our Operational Excellence Council in areas such as process control, defect prevention, cycle time reductions, and corrective actions.