NOTE UK, with sites in Windsor and Stonehouse, serves customers in many different industries including Defence, Industrial, Communications and MedTech to name just a few.  Please see below more information regarding the different industries we serve and do not hesitate to contact us to find out how we could help you and your company achieve its goals.



Contract electronics manufacturing in the Defence sector requires not only the highest mission critical standards, but also strict traceability and confidentiality. Each customer’s needs are, as always, very different.  NOTE UK have had many staff security checked and cleared, been audited by customers and had our work subjected to extensive destructive testing / inspection. With […]

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high-end consumer

High End Consumer

The high-end segment of the consumer market is a good match for NOTE’s offering. There are products in this sector with the same set of quality and durability requirements, as in the Industrial sector.  Even though the end purpose and usage of the product is different, they share similarities from a production process point of […]

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As we offer a truly bespoke service to our customers, our flexibility, experience, manufacturing capability and commitment to continuous improvement are the reasons why our industrial customers continue to use our contract manufacturing services. The Industrial sector is wide ranging, encompassing: Instrumentation, Automation, Control, Infrastructure, Energy, Building Technology.  Innovative products requiring competitive pricing, rapid time […]

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Life critical medical products built with long term reliability whilst meeting demanding time to market requirements. The Medical sector commands the highest levels of quality, traceability and reliability.  Our commitment to working to IPC Class 3, SC21 methodology and ISO9001 systems all backed up with Six Sigma means we can provide a solution which is […]

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Electronics play a key role in nearly every area of our lives.  It’s expected that there will be 200 billion devices connected to the internet by 2020.  The common denominator is that they all interact with each other. The Communications market demands that we stay at the forefront of technology and is a key market […]

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