Ventronics was established in January of 1972 as an international
company for the manufacture of a variety of passive electronic
components. Headquarters and warehousing are in Kenilworth, New
Jersey. Also at this location are administration, engineering, quality
control, sales, and marketing. Ventronics markets their products in
North, South, and Central America, Europe and the Far East.
The emphasis now and in the future is in keeping pace with the
technological demands and the requirements for various international
markets. A Far East office was established in 1977 in a partnership
with Mr. Ken Kuo. With the assistance of Mr. Kuo, we now have five
factories producing a wide range of ceramic, film and aluminum
capacitors, varistors, resistors of all types and a broad range of
ferrite as well as transformers and magnetic devices. Ventronics is
UL/CSA/VDE approved on transformers/ adapters, varistors, X2 and Y
capacitors as well as relays.
President and founder, Mr. Joseph C. Venerus, was formerly
marketing manager for Siemens of West Germany, handling component
sales throughout North America. Prior to that, he was application
engineer followed by marketing manager for Indiana General
concentrating on ferrites and a variety of magnetic products. He has
over 44 years of experience in the field of electronic components and
Mr. Joseph Michael Pryor, Vice President of Operations, joined the
company in 1975. Mike is a graduate of Ohio University and had
formerly been the production control manager at J.B. Williams.
Mr. Ken Kuo, Vice President of Far East Operations, joined
Ventronics and opened the office in Taipei, Taiwan. Ken is a graduate
of the University of Oregon with a masters in business administration
and has been extensively involved in international trade. Ken heads up
our plant operations throughout the Far East and also, with his staff,
controls the flow of material internationally.
Mr. Posey E. "Sam" Snead joined Ventronics as a Vice President of
Engineering to further em phasize growth particularly in the areas of
magnetics including ferrites, chokes, inductors, transformers, and
power supplies. Sam brings with him 40 years of experience in
associated fields with General Electric Company, Arnold Engineering
Company , Krystinel Corporation, and Multi Products International.
Mr. Robert D'Amico joined Ventronics as Marketing Manager having
had extensive experience in the field of magnetics and components. Bob
formerly had been Product Marketing Manager for Siemens covering
ferrites and magnetics. He also had served as Regional Manager for MMG
on a variety of ferrite and magnetic devices.