Integrated Dispensing Solutions, Inc.
IDS offers a complete one-stop shop for assembly applications, from simple manual glue syringes to fully automated dispensing robots and accessories. IDS offers working partners fast delivery and knowledgeable customer service professionals. IDS is a favorite stop for engineers, buyers, assembly technicians,automation engineers, scientific and medical device users, lab techs and integrators. R&D, prototyping, small batch or assembly projects for almost any production application are always easily and quickly supplied from our Integrated Dispensing Solution locations around the country. As we begin our second decade of service to industrial assembly, we are constantly adding more new IntelliSpense brand products to our store and increase our ability to serve our customers from our quarters in Agoura Hills, CA. We continue to innovate in this difficult field of fluid dispensing and provide 21st century solutions.
We look forward to working with you and welcome you to join IDS customers who range from fortune 50 Industrials to small shops and Mom and Pop operations that cover U.S. industry from A to Z: 3M, Advanced Medical Optics, Apple Computer, Battelle, Boeing, Cleveland Golf, Cannon, Dell, DuPont, Eastman Kodak, Fender Musical Instruments, Flextronics, Fox Studios, GE, General Motors, Goodrich, Harmon Automotive, Hewlett Packard, Hitachi, Howard Hughes Medical Center, ITT Canon, Intel, JBL, Jet Propulsion Labs, Johnson and Johnson, Kerry BioScience, Lawrence Livermore, Litton, Lockheed, Medtronic, MOOG, Motorola, Northrop Grumman, Ohio State University, PUR, Quest, Raytheon, Rockwell Automation, Sikorsky, US Navy, TP Orthodontics, TRW, UCLA Medical, Vanderbilt University, XPO, Yale and Zyvex ... and many, more.
"As we look to business opportunities and trends influencing future growth, none are potentially more impactful than companies re-shoring in North America. Companies are reconsidering previous off-shoring strategies as labor, transportation and material costs rise in emerging countries, making North America a much more competitive—and convenient—location for manufacturing companies to return home. Among them, numerous energy and lighting companies are re-shoring their manufacturing back to North America. The reasons vary. Some desire to protect their designs as well as save both transportation costs and lead times. Others recognize from recent port shutdowns on the West Coast that they cannot sell products if the cargo is out at sea." - BCG Global Manufacturing Cost-Competitiveness Index, Boston Consulting Group