Quality Assembly and Logistics

3000 Woleske Road
Marinette, WI 54143


QAL is a leading provider of lean manufacturing services. We specialize in electro-mechanical assembly. A private, woman-owned, small business (WOSB) operated by Sara and Guy Meyerhofer, QAL assists a wide range of industries to plan, develop, produce, repair and refurbish products through manufacturing and support services.



Mike Farley
Manager of Sales and Business Development


Guy Meyerhofer

Started in:


  • Grow North
  • The New North

Core Competencies:

Core competencies include: Engineering and design, complex electro-mechanical assembly, supply-chain management, welding, painting, diagnostics, hydro-testing and packaging.


Industries served include:

-Medical devices (New production, restoration, and refurbishment)

-Industrial Fire Suppression equipment


-Government contract

Accreditations and Certifications include: ISO 13485:2003, 9001-2008, ETL, UL, CE, CSA

Supplier to the Defense Industry:
Yes, we are a secondary supplier

Number of Employees:

We are:
  • Woman Owned

Import: No

Export: Yes


  • Aviation and Aerospace
  • Defense Industry Supply Chain
  • Energy Systems
  • Lakeshore Manufacturing Cluster
  • Marine Manufacturing
  • Wisconsin Wind Works


  • CE Marking
  • ISO 13485
  • ISO 9001
  • ITAR Registered
  • Lean Manufacturing


  • Components, Parts and Hardware
  • Electrical: Wire, Wire Harnesses, Control Systems, Electrical Construction
  • Manufacturer / Service
  • Manufacturing Coatings: Paint, Plating, Powder Coating, Etc.

Interested In Categories:

  • Components, Parts and Hardware
  • Electrical: Wire, Wire Harnesses, Control Systems, Electrical Construction
  • Manufacturer / Service
  • Manufacturing: Machinery and Equipment
  • Manufacturing: Power Generating Equipment & HVAC
  • Utilities, Power Generation & Distribution

Manufacturing Tier

  • Tier two companies are the key suppliers to tier one suppliers, without supplying a product directly to OEM companies. However, a single company may be a tier one supplier to one company and a tier two supplier to another company, or may be a tier one supplier for one product and a tier two supplier for a different product line.




Quality Assembly and Logistics Earns Multiple Global Accreditations

Quality Assembly and Logistics (QAL), a Marinette-based contract manufacturing company which is privately owned by Guy and Sara Meyerhofer, has recently acknowledged the following certifications and qualifications:

ISO 13485-2016 an audit of the company’s quality management system for organizations that design, develop, manufacture, install and service medical devices. The ISO standard places significant emphasis on regulatory requirements, risk management and mitigation and regulatory requirements which ensures that process controls are in place to guarantee the highest standards of quality and repeatability. While the primary objective of ISO 13485 certification is to facilitate harmonized Quality Management System requirements for regulatory purposes within the medical device sector, companies also value this certification for the increased confidence that it provides patients and other stakeholders through the implicit promise of quality, consistency, and continuous improvement.  The complete recertification audit was completed on June 28, 2017 by SGS Global, an international registrar from the United Kingdom.

Medical Device Directive (MDD) and Canadian Medical Device Conformity Assessment System (CMDCAS)

QAL was also audited for compliance during the ISO 13485 audit to the European and Canadian standards.  Compliance with all of these regulatory standards allows QAL to conduct business worldwide.

Food and Drug Administration 21CFR 820–Code of Federal Regulations Title 21

This inspection was conducted by an inspector of the US Food and Drug Administration in August 2017. This inspection was similar in scope to the ISO 13485 audit.  An exhaustive evaluation of the Quality Management System with emphasis on (cGMPs) Current Good Manufacturing Practices.  The requirements in this part govern the methods used in, and the facilities and controls used for, the engineering changes, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, storage, installation, and servicing of all finished devices intended for human use. The requirements in this part of the Code of Federal Regulations, are intended to ensure that finished devices will be safe, effective and otherwise in compliance with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. As

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