IEC Electronics Corp is a Delaware corporation, is the successor by merger in 1990 to IEC Electronics Corp., a New York corporation, which was originally organized in 1966. The Company is a provider of electronic contract manufacturing services to companies in various industries that require advanced technology. It specializes in the custom manufacture of high reliability, complex circuit board and system-level assemblies; a wide array of cable and wire harness assemblies capable of withstanding extreme environments; and precision metal components. The Albuquerque operation occupies an important niche in the military and defense markets, supporting its customers by manufacturing complex circuit board and system-level assemblies and managing their legacy products and programs. Celmet, a division of the Company, manufactures metal chassis and assemblies and is located in Rochester, NY. The Company's competitors include Sparton Corporation, Benchmark Electronics, Inc., Plexus Corp. and Ducommun Incorporated. The Company manufactures assemblies that are incorporated into many different products, such as aerospace and defense systems, medical devices, industrial equipment and transportation products. Its products are distributed to and through OEMs.