Peter Paul Electronics overcomes the challenges left by Hurricane Maria

Operations resume five days after Hurricane Maria

Following the passage of Hurricane Maria on September 20, 2017, Peter Paul Electronics Co., Inc., located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, was able to overcome the challenges that this devastating phenomenon left in its infrastructure and managed to resume its operations to 100% just five days after the event.

Michael Mangiafico II, CEO of Peter Paul Electronics reported that when he became aware of the factory conditions in Fajardo, he immediately began efforts to collect basic necessities for employees and their families, as well as construction materials to begin repairing a part of the roof of the building.

"We have a close relationship with American Airlines and that helped us significantly to send supplies to our employees in Fajardo. As soon as we arrived at our site we found the great surprise that many of our employees were from early ready to work. At that point we began repairing the roof and other affected areas of the building. On Monday, September 25, we were ready to operate at 100%, "said Mangiafico II, who runs the company from its headquarters in New Britain, Connecticut.

According to the businessman, the biggest challenges facing the company is the need for diesel and water to operate. However, Mangiafico II explained that although it has been difficult they have managed to get enough fuel to run until Thursday, October 4, 2017. As for water, he indicated that they are collecting from the roofs and air conditioners, achieving a supply of 300 liters daily so far.

Peter Paul Electronics Co., Inc. continues to seek solutions and help other businesses around them with their diesel fuel needs. They are at the disposal of the government to assist in whatever is necessary. Michael Mangiafico II wrote a letter to the Governor of Puerto Rico which communicates the efforts that have been carried out thus far and to request a visit from the President of the United States to see the conditions and how they can establish partnerships for the benefit of those most in need.


Peter Paul Electronics Co. Inc., founded in 1947, is a premier manufacturer of solenoid valves including high flow, explosion
proof, high pressure, plastic, safety and mini valves. PeterPaul configures possibilities from solenoid valves that operate with
power as low as 1⁄2 watt to pressure as high as 5000 psi. PeterPaul is located in New Britain, Connecticut and Fajardo, Puerto
Rico. High quality design, innovative research and product development set PeterPaul apart from other manufacturers.
Continuous improvement is in the fabric of the company on all levels with people having years of experience, dedication and