While many industrial pressure sensor manufacturers are experiencing supply chain delays, Omega Engineering reports that its pressure inventory is experiencing incredibly short lead times. Many of the company's products — including sensors, transducers, gauges, switches, and load cells — are in stock and are ready to be shipped, with highly configurable and customizable options ready to ship in less than two weeks.
Most of Omega's pressure products — including the PX409 and PX309 pressure transducers — are made in the United States in its facility in Sunbury, Ohio. This facility, through the hard work of the team, has become more aggressive in increasing additional inventory.
"The team has worked hard to ensure we have a robust supply chain that is stronger than ever. We take pride in being reliable and maintaining short lead times," says Autumn Edwards, the pressure and force product manager at Omega Engineering. "We make it a priority to continuously strengthen our supply chain so that we can continue to provide the short lead times that our customers count on us for."
Meeting the demands of its customers is something Omega has been doing successfully for longer than half a century. In the instability of today's world, the company says it remains a reliable constant, and will continue to commit itself to doing whatever is necessary to provide the absolute best possible experience for its customers.