Fiberoptics Technology Inc. is a leading global supplier of standard and custom-designed OEM non-telecom fiber optic components. It is headquartered in the United States, where it runs three shifts and maintains the largest fiber production capacity of any fiber optic supplier in North America.
Fiberoptics Technology Incorporated (FTI) has been engaged in the design and manufacture of Glass Fiber Optic lighting for over forty years. It combines old-world service with innovative proprietary processes for fiber drawing, fiber optic light line and light guide construction to service a large portfolio of customers around the world. Its proven strategy to combine service and innovation has proved to be highly effective at maintaining long-standing sole source relationships, some of which are as old as the company itself.
Fiberoptics Technology maintains two completely equipped manufacturing locations (in Florida and Connecticut, USA) to manage the risk of unforeseen disruption. Both locations are registered to current levels of ISO13485 and 9001. The entire company is registered with FDA. The Connecticut location is additionally compliant to ASQ9100. Both locations are ROHS and REACH compliant, and both are registered to operate within FAR guidelines.
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