OPS selects OEM worldwide as new manufacturer

CENTENNIAL, Colo., Jan. 27, 2003 — OnLine Power Supply Inc. (OPS), announced recently that it has selected OEM Worldwide to be the contract manufacturer of its patented power supplies.

Headquartered in Watertown, South Dakota, OEM Worldwide manufactures premium quality electronic assemblies for a variety of industries.

“With OEM’s proven focus on quality, tremendous support capabilities and outstanding customer service, we anticipate our manufacturing transition and ramp up to be seamless,” said Glenn Grunewald, CEO of OPS. “OEM will begin manufacturing our sophisticated products in late March and be in full production by early April.”

“We are extremely excited about our manufacturing partnership with OPS. With their state-of-the-art products and aggressive growth plan, we’re confident in our abilities to aid their growth through our manufacturing strengths,” said Ted Miller, President of OEM. “In addition, our team-based program management system is designed to provide total manufacturing services to our customers, as though we are an extension of their company.”

OEM Worldwide is a rapidly growing electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider to the medical, industrial, agricultural and telecom markets. OEM Worldwide is a mid-sized contract manufacturer and is a recognized leader in the EMS industry. OEM Worldwide has maintained steady, rapid growth through an efficient model and solid financial backing. For additional information, visit www.oemworldwide.com , or call 1-800-258-7989.

OPS holds numerous U.S. patents for the process of producing AC to DC power supplies that provide efficiencies of up to 97 percent, extended operating temperature ranges and unparalleled power densities, all without thermal derating. Benefited industries include telecommunications, data communications, networking and industrial. For additional information, visit www.powersupply.com , or call 1-800-445-4824.

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