Ram Electronics, Inc. was originally incorporated as R. A. Miller Electronics Corporation. Established in 1970, the company's first products were antenna matching networks and magnetic compasses.
In 1979, the name was changed to Ram Electronics and the business was expanded into the production of printed circuit board assembles and electronic modules. Through the eighties, Ram's business grew, supplying electronics to the U.S. Government. Ram produced electronic assemblies and modules for various military radios and communication systems, data processing, control systems, electronic sensing and indicating apparatus. Ram Electronics grew to a 60 employee company in less than three years and was rewarded with the Small Business Administrator's Award of Excellence in 1988.
At the turn of the decade in 1990, Ram reached a cross roads, with rapidly evaporating military contracts. It was decided Ram would shift the majority of it's efforts to commercial electronics, designing and manufacturing products with the same technical expertise that was utilized for the military. As with any major cultural shift, the transition was not painless, having to lay off employees and institute drastic down-sizing.
In 1994, Ram emerged a survivor, successfully making the transition to a commercial electronics design and manufacturing facility. Our new customer base includes Brunswick Corporation, Deutsch Industrial Products, Electro-Matic, Diebold Inc., Whirlpool Corporation, Grand Haven Stamped Products (GHSP), Dura Automotive Products, Eaton Hydraulics, and others.
In March 2016 Ram Electronics, Inc was acquired by two industry leaders: Bradley Davis and Lynne Bosgraaf. Their primary goal is to build on the growth that Ram has experienced, and continue leadership in the electronics market to differentiate each and every customer Ram serves. Ram will build on existing capabilities in the commercial electronics markets with mixed technology printed circuit board assemblies, complicated wireharness solutions and other mixed technology electronic assemblies.