Circuit Check: Supporting Healthcare by Adapting to Meet Customer Needs

SBIA member Midwest Mezzanine Funds is proud to support the efforts of their portfolio company Circuit Check.

At a time of national need, the small business portfolio companies of SBIA members are doing amazing work to roll out products and safety equipment for those on the front lines of the pandemic. For instance, Midwest Mezzanine Funds portfolio company Circuit Check — a Maple Grove, Minnesota, based company that provides testing solutions for the industrial, automotive, medical, military, aerospace, and computer networking industries — took extraordinary steps to adjust operations and employee work schedules so the company could continue to deliver critical products to customers fighting the pandemic.

Circuit Check is currently creating test systems and fixtures to support better and faster patient testing for the presence of the COVID-19 virus, and to allow for a massive increase in the production capacity of ventilators to help save the lives of those with the most severe cases. Everywhere we look, we see examples of American businesses stepping up to serve our country and adapting to the requirements needed to combat the pandemic. Thank you, Circuit Check, for your work to support healthcare efforts!


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