50 years of American ingenuity and workforce commitment

Calumet Electronics celebrates 50 years of American ingenuity and workforce commitment

Calumet Electronics is celebrating 50 years of manufacturing and community economic vitality at its Calumet facility in the heart of the Copper Country in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

For more than a century, copper mining was the lifeblood of the Copper Country. However, by the middle of the 20th century, mining jobs were on a steady decline. Refusing to watch a dedicated and determined workforce fall into economic despair, a few innovative local business leaders established a new electronics company to provide family-sustaining jobs. Calumet Electronics was born.

Calumet produces some of the world’s very best printed circuit boards (PCBs) for applications demanding zero failures, zero downtime, and requiring lifetime performance. The customers that utilize Calumet’s PCBs design and manufacture critical systems for communications, industrial controls, aerospace, medical devices, power systems, and the military.
The company is one of fewer than 150 PCB manufacturers in North America, and one of the few that specializes in PCB fabrication and engineering solutions made entirely in the United States.

As other companies shifted production overseas over the years, Calumet has remained 100 percent committed to American manufacturing and jobs with the absolute best quality products to its customers. While their services and operations continue to expand, Calumet’s underlying principles have and will remain constant and continue to set them apart from the rest of the industry. 

Calumet will continue to offer safe, secure, and sustainable solutions to our customers, providing a secure harbor for their intellectual property and providing sustainable domestically-sourced engineering and manufacturing capabilities, capacities, and lead-times to ensure our customers achieve their business objectives and retain their competitive advantage.

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I understand that, prior to being offered employment, I may be requested to take an employment examination. In the event I have a disability that will affect my ability to take the test, I will so inform the Company prior to the test so that a reasonable accommodation can be made. The Company reserves the right to require medical documentation regarding the need for accommodation.

Calumet Electronics Corporation participates in pre-employment drug testing.

I understand and agree that, if hired, my employment is at-will, meaning it is for no definite period and may, regardless of the date of payment of my wages and salary, be terminated with or without cause, at any time, with or without notice. This provision supersedes any oral or written representation to the contrary unless in writing and signed by both a Human Resources Representative and the person to whom the writing is directed. I authorize investigation of all statements contained in this application for any employment-related purpose. I release the listed references and all employers, except those specifically noted* to provide you with any applicable information they may have. I hereby release these references and former employers from all liability for any information they may give to the Company.

I certify that the facts contained in this application are true, accurate, and complete to the best of my knowledge, and understand that, if employed, falsified statements or omitted material facts on this application may result in my disqualification from consideration for employment, or termination from employment if I have been hired.

Calumet Electronics Corporation is an equal employment opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of any characteristic that is protected by State or Federal law.