At the West Fargo branch of Interstate AssemblySystems, we take pride in the contract assembly
services we offer our clients. Working with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), we have built a solid reputation for the quality of our work, our outstanding customer service and our ability to control costs.
Interstate Assembly Systems simplifies the operation of our customers’ businesses by providing high-quality assembled products built exactly to your specification, and shipped to your schedule. Our team of project managers and planners oversee and monitor all aspects of production, from determining SREAs to completing quality control checks.
Our technicians assemble products to your exact engineering specifications. “No deviation without your written approval.” Our dedicated Engineering Change Response Teams manage inventory, production cut-in, and customer support on-site. You can be confident that virtually any assembled product we provide will be on time from procurement to final quality inspection.
From basic wheel and tire assembly, to complete vehicle assembly, our breadth of experience can handle your project, big or small. Our services and capabilities include:
- High-volume assembly projects
- Assembly projects for on-highway vehicles including buses
- Agricultural equipment component assembly
- Industrial component assembly including water pumps, gen sets, and mobile pumping units
- Electric motor assembly
- Purchasing and inventory management
- Picking and kitting services
- Product launch processes
- Assembly projects for the U.S. military
Our work is certified for ISO 9001:2008. We are a SAM-registered entity (DUNS 928952332, CAGE 3FAJ1).
Whether your company is just getting started or you are a long-standing business enterprise, you may need production help. Interstate AssemblySystems can provide the expertise you need with the quality you demand.
To discuss your next project or get more information on our capabilities, please contact Interstate Assembly Systems at 701-281-8575 or toll-free, 800-788-1714.