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  • Some pluses, some minuses, lots of potential.

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    Technical opportunity and competent, educated workmates. A small company within a larger one, with an internal revenue stream. Sharp marketing could bring in new business from a wide variety of areas.


    It's a bit of a niche market, and it's necessary to stay technically current - so a high level of capital investment may be needed. Revenue may be feast or famine, and with Danaher ownership, it's possible a downturn could be fatal. The former owner, Tektronix, was once all things to all people, tremendously profitable for Oregon. Over the years, Mother Tek shrunk substantially, with the result that the political sharpies survived. That results in behavior that is not always conducive to teamwork. The Portland area's pay is below par, especially given housing costs. One is almost reminded of upstate New York.

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    Use the human capital well and fairly; there are some specialized skills needed to play in this market. Especially with DHR buying TEK, make sure communication is open, honest, and frequent.

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Headquarters Beaverton, OR
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1994
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Maxtek Components, a subsidiary of test equipment maker Tektronix, provides semiconductor design, packaging, and manufacturing services. In addition to Tektronix, Maxtek serves customers in the automated test equipment, imaging, medical equipment, and military/aerospace markets. The company traces its roots back to the formation of the Hybrid Components Organization (HCO) within Tektronix in 1970; HCO was formed to supply components for Tek instruments and test equipment. HCO was spun off as a joint venture between Maxim Integrated Products and Tektronix in 1994 and ... More

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