EPE Corporation has been a trusted, high-reliability Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) expert since 1965.  EPE is a Service Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) located in Manchester, NH and focuses on the high-reliability markets of defense & aerospace, RF communications, medical, robotics, industrial and Internet of Things.


EPE transforms ideas into reality with our full range of electronic manufacturing services. From New Product Introduction (NPI) to full rate production and sophisticated logistics solutions, we manufacture and deliver high quality, complex assemblies for low-to-medium volume, high-mix products, high-reliability electronic assemblies and integrated box build systems. Our cost effective electronic manufacturing processes are scalable to support accelerated time-to-market targets and flexible to meet variable market demands.


Happy Veteran’s Day to our EPE Veterans!


Pictured from l-r: Hollis Willoughby, Dave Parrotto, Jason Martin, George Sheldon, JD Bell, Corinne Naylor, Ray Melendez, Eric Jurentkuff, Chris Mendez.




EPE is proud of our employees who have served our country.  On this Veteran’s Day, we thank them and salute them for their service!

EPE Corporation Marks Veteran’s Day With A Donation To Veterans Count of Manchester       

pictured from l-r: James “JD” Bell, Jr., President of EPE; Kathy Flynn, Director of Veterans Count; Joe Emmons, Senior Director of Development of Veterans Count; Leatha Anfuso, Credit Manager at EPE.

MANCHESTER, NH. (November 1, 2017): EPE Corporation, a high-reliability Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) company and a veteran-owned company, has donated $2,000 to Veterans Count in Manchester in honor of Veteran’s Day.

Leatha Anfuso, an EPE employee, organized and conducted bi-monthly company-wide raffles since last spring. Each raffle had a theme, such as a BBQ basket filled with grilling items, Patriots merchandise or handmade items crafted and donated by EPE employees.

“My plan was to raise a little money with each raffle and hopefully it would add up to a nice donation to Veterans Count around Veteran’s Day,” Leatha noted.

James “JD” Bell, President of EPE Corporation, decided that EPE would match the raffle earnings making the total donation to Veterans Count $2,000.

Director of Veterans Count, Kathy Flynn, commented, “We are so appreciative of community support such as this. It goes a long way in helping our local veterans with the things they need,” she added.

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