Gowanda has been involved with high performance inductors and magnetic components since its founding as Gowanda Electronics in 1963. Even though we have evolved and grown over the years—both organically and by acquisition—we continue to focus on providing high-quality, high-performance component solutions that address the specific needs of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their challenging requirements for demanding applications.
As dramatic changes have occurred in electronic technology over the years, Gowanda has kept pace with—if not stayed ahead of—these changes via ongoing research and development. The steady stream of new products, new technology and engineering advancements at Gowanda has resulted in the company becoming the supplier of choice for Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies around the world. For these companies, the need for a component solution and not simply a product has made Gowanda an essential partner in their corporate product development teams.
Customers have come to know and appreciate the electrical engineering expertise, manufacturing quality and customer service at Gowanda. In fact, Rockwell Collins* awarded Gowanda with Platinum Premier Supplier status, the highest level in its Trusted Supplier Program. It recognizes and rewards Gowanda’s meeting the highest level of quality, delivery and business alignment in its supply of high-performance inductors to the company.
Precision components from Gowanda—and all the expertise and service that comes with them—offer OEMs a unique opportunity to address their power supply management and RF signal challenges via long term, interactive, partnering relationships with Gowanda. Such relationships are especially important when off-the-shelf, mass-produced components do not address the quality and performance requirements of demanding applications. The decades-long nature of some of those partnerships is a testament to Gowanda’s ability to excel at addressing customer needs and delivering value-added satisfaction.
*Rockwell Collins is now part of Collins Aerospace, a unit of Raytheon Technologies Corp.