Corporate Information

Corporate Development

Winchester Electronics is a highly acquisitive organization. Since 2007, the company has acquired 11 outstanding manufacturing companies, and continues to look to expand by acquiring companies that fit with its unique culture of collaboration, entrepreneurship, and accountability. 

With the footprint, sophistication, and technical capabilities of a large company, and the agility of a start-up, Winchester is a strong partner for manufacturing businesses. Ideally, we seek acquisitions that:

  • earn revenue between $5 million and $50 million, although we will consider businesses outside that range
  • are profitable now, or have an avenue to become profitable in the short term
  • have strong overlap with Winchester’s eight existing markets.

If you are open to the idea of selling your business, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss a sale with you. We will be able to quickly determine our interest and potential value. Please contact John Sickler at 610-745-0195.

Winchester Markets Served

Military /
Electronic warfare systems
Diagnostic imaging equipment
Semiconductor manufacturing and test equipment
Enterprise computing and storage
Radar and data transmission systems
Life assistive mobile equipment
Data center power quality equipment
Test &
Oil & Gas
Rail Mass
Broadcast Connectors and Cable Assemblies
Industrial and manufacturing testing equipment (precision measurement, calibration)
Broadcast studio equipment (dust free)
Exploration and production of oil on land rigs
Locomotive control and communication
Physical science and material property test equipment
Professional grade audio visual equipment
Other applications

Acquisitions History

Acquisition Date
Cable assemblies for military / aerospace, medical and data infrastructure
April 2007
RF coaxial connectors for military / aerospace, broadcast and data infrastructure
May 2007
High diameter power cable assemblies
July 2012
Connectors and cables for the rail, mass transit and marine, oil & gas industries
August 2012
Continental Connector
Multi-pin connectors for the military / aerospace market
May 2013
RF connectors video, broadcast and wireless markets
August 2013
SRC Cables Logo
Flexible and semi rigid coax cable assemblies
October 2013
Haverhill Logo
Semi-rigid cables and cable assemblies
November 2013
RF and Microwave interconnect solutions
April 2014
Source Tech Logo
Ruggedized cable assemblies, pressure transducers and interconnects
September 2014
SRI Hermetics Logo
Hermetic connectors and microwave packages
November 2014
SRI Connector Gage Logo
RF and Microwave interconnect solutions
April 2016
Tekna Seal Logo - Original
Glass to metal hermetic connectors
September 2016

Corporate Governance

Winchester Electronics Sustainability Report

Winchester Electronics is committed to doing what is right for the people whose lives we touch and for the world we live in. We believe that when we act responsibly and collectively, the impact can be profound. As we move towards a sustainable future, we invite you to follow our progress.

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Standards of Business Conduct

Winchester Electronics is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards in our workplace and in our business dealings. We have developed Standards of Business Conduct, which make a clear statement of our standards of ethical behavior.

The Standards of Business Conduct are an extension of our values and reflect the way we do business. This document guides our employees, representatives, contractors, consultants, and suppliers worldwide, setting high standards of conduct.

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Environmental Policy

It is the policy of Winchester Electronics to conduct operations in a manner that protects the health and safety of its employees, visitors, and the community, and is environmentally responsible in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

In furtherance of this policy, the company takes responsibility to:

  • Ensure effective management of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) programs by assigning EHS responsibilities and accountability, establishing and implementing appropriate procedures, and allocating and sustaining adequate resources.
  • Integrate EHS requirements in planning, design, and modification activities throughout the company, including business acquisition and consolidation decisions.
  • Comply with all applicable EHS laws and regulations and adhere to company policies and procedures through EHS self-governance programs. Anticipate future EHS issues and initiate programs sufficient to meet or surpass requirements.
  • Eliminate or reduce to the maximum extent practicable:
    • the release of contaminants and solid waste into the environment through effective pollution prevention programs.
    • employee injuries and illnesses through effective injury and illness prevention programs.
  • Conduct periodic EHS audits in accordance with the EHS Manual and documents.
  • Communicate with employees regarding EHS aspects of company operations and conduct training programs to ensure employees acquire and maintain the knowledge and skills required to fulfill EHS responsibilities.
  • Review legislative EHS laws and regulations that are protective of human health and the environment and consistent with scientific, technological, and risk assessment principles.
  • Share EHS best practices among company elements.
  • Designate representatives to drive the EHS projects.
  • Improve EHS performance through a continuous improvement process.
  • Inform the Corporate President or Facility Manager immediately upon the receipt of any regulatory agency citation or notice of violation, the discovery of any real or potential EHS situation that would place the company at risk of noncompliance, or the knowledge of any workplace fatality, injury, or illness that must be reported to the Human Resource Director or Manager.

Conflicts Minerals Policy

Winchester Electronics is a privately-held company and is not subject to SEC disclosure requirements. However, we understand the intent of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street and Consumer Protection Act and believe in ethical business practices and human rights.
We understand that we have a responsibility to ensure the minerals used in our products are sourced in a socially responsible manner and we require supply chain reporting and reasonable due diligence in the sourcing of Conflict Minerals used in our products.


Our People

At Winchester we enjoy working with people who dream big, know how to get things done, and like to have fun. That’s how we work and are looking for others who work the same way.

Our Culture

Entrepreneurship, collaboration and accountability are the fundamentals of the Winchester Electronics culture. We believe in empowering our workforce to think outside the box and act as business owners.

To help foster a collaborative work environment and a sense of being one company, we tear down silos wherever we find them—whether that’s by removing walls and building open office spaces, or creating clear views between manufacturing and the office.

We hold ourselves and each other accountable, and we have created an environment where we have high expectations and strive to help each other achieve them every day.SoNo Office


Current Opportunities

Winchester Electronics is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Protected Veteran/Individual with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.