Joseph Federico

Clifton, NJ

Joseph Federico Clifton NJ

Joseph Federico

Joseph Federico is a business leader in Clifton, NJ.   Mr. Federico is an expert in the field of electronic component testing.  As a long-time resident of Wayne NJ, Joseph Federico is active in volunteer activities in both Wayne and Clifton, NJ.

You can read about recent innovations at NJ MET by clicking on this link.  Joseph Federico has made a series of announcements  about plans to expand testing services at NJ Micro Electronic Testing, including Pharmaceutical and Medical product testing. To learn more about NJ MET's plans, click here. Joseph has lead NJ MET's pioneering efforts to identify counterfeit electronic components.

NJ MET wins Corporate Vision Magazine 2016 Mid-Market Achievement Award

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Joseph Federico's articles

Read Joseph Federico's latest article: Detecting Counterfeit Electronic Components Using Blacktop Marking Tests .  He has also written about the difference between solderabilty and tinning. Read Solderability and Tinning: Does the Industry Know the Difference? published in US Tech.  It was republished in the European edition of US Tech because of its applicability outside the United States.

Joseph Federico's presentations

Joseph Federico has become an expert in authenticating electronic components. He has readily shared that knowledge with other's in the industry, giving a number of presentations through the US and world over the past several years.  In 2016 Joseph spoke at the CMSE conference in Los Angles and gave presentations at the DMSMS conference. His talk at the CMSE 2016 was titled  "Issues In Authenticating Military Marked Components.”  At DMSMS, Joseph gave small group presentations on the subject at the NJ MET booth throughout the day.



Click here to read about Joseph Federico's Charitable Work. Click here.  He also lead the company’s support of tornado victims through the Red Cross.