Dorigo is 75th Largest Manufacturer for 2014 - Ranked by Business in Vancouver


Since 1989, Business in Vancouver (BIV) newspaper has chronicled the history of the biggest businesses in British Columbia through its weekly BIV lists.

Today, BIV covers more than 60 different industry sectors each year, rotating with an additional 20 sectors every two years, providing comprehensive coverage of the province's business community.

Dorigo Systems Ltd was officially ranked as 75th largest manufacturer for 2014. Click here to view the entire list.

What's key to bringing innovative products to market in a cost-effective and timely manner? It's a question posed to Dominique Kwong, Director of Hardware and Manufacturing at Recon Instruments.

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Click here to read the entire article featured in the August, 2013 issue of EP&T.


Dorigo Awards a Silver Coin at Eptech in Celebration of Its 25th Anniversary

On June 20th, Dorigo exhbited at the Eptech tradeshow in Vancouver. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, tradeshow attendees were welcome to enter a draw at the Dorigo booth for a silver maple leaf coin.

Congratulations go out to the winner - Douglas Forst from CMC Industrial Electronics Ltd.

Another draw will be made at the Eptech Mississauga show in September.

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More than 80 employees of Burnaby BC-based Dorigo Systems Ltd. gathered earlier this month to celebrate the firm’s 25th anniversary of providing contract electronic manufacturing services (EMS).

Mark Pillon, founder and president, was given a congratulatory gift by Dorigo staff members. During the luncheon, Pillon outlined the company’s planned expansion at both manufacturing facilities to support .. click here for the complete EP&T story.

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Conformal PCB Coating - The Process Matters

Many purchasing managers are aware of the different processes used in contract manufacturing for printed circuit boards, but they aren't always clear about when and why certain capabilities matter. Conformal coating is one of those processes. It can save your boards from an early death, but only if it's done right.

Conformal coating means applying an acrylic or other specialized material to protect boards from contamination that can lead to failure. Usually, we're trying to block moisture from condensation, which is a concern in any environment where temperatures fluctuate -- that is, just about any outdoor application (especially military and automotive).

You've undoubtedly seen condensation first hand -- perhaps last summer as moisture from the warm air condensed on the surface of your cool beverage can. The same thing happens to electronics -- for example, as airborne systems descend from cold altitudes to warmer ground elevations. ... Read More

Want to learn more about Dorigo's Automated Conformal Coating machine? Click here for details.