JCI has been building a strong reputation since 1975 for supplying high-quality products. We deliver products that consistently meet our clients’ budgets, schedules and specifications. JCI has built a team of dedicated, top-rated specialists that provide solutions all the way through delivery. We use the most recent manufacturing techniques and possess the knowledge to provide comprehensive support and service. A heritage of strategic investments in technology and equipment has positioned JCI as a proven high-value, low-cost offshore alternative. Our manufacturing facility is located in a modern, 100,000-square-foot site located in Selma, North Carolina. With the ever-changing economy and workforce, JCI prepares and trains individuals with barriers to employment seeking vocational rehabilitation. Maintaining subcontracts with local industries provides training in a real manufacturing environment.
Let JCI "WORK FOR YOU" by Offering Our…
- On-call labor force
- Contract service with flexible work schedule tailored to meet YOUR requirements
- Fleet of trucks available to pick up raw materials and deliver finished products
- Guaranteed bid prices that are always competitive
- Paper Shredding
- Custom Kitting
- Custom Wiring
- Custom Wood Products
ISO 9001:2008/AS9100C Registered Services Include:
- First-Article and Production Runs
- Electronic Testing
- First-Piece Approvals
- Revision Compliance
- Incoming Parts Verification and Inspection
A Diverse Skill Set
JCI guarantees on-time delivery to customers through efficient, cooperative scheduling of work and delivery with our transportation department.
We offer accurate, precise quotes in a timely manner.
Let our expertise help you satisfy your project
requirements at the lowest possible cost.
Contracting your assembly work through a UL-certified facility like JCI saves you from having to verify the product. It also guarantees that you sell a product built to the same standards as one you would build yourself.
JCI offers CAD capabilities and engineering support to provide prototypes and small-quantity test runs. Our first-article approval process inspects and tests physical samples against blueprints prior to production runs to verify parts meet all acceptance and quality control requirements.