The Morey Corporation

A Legacy of Innovation for Good

A Legacy of Innovation for Good

The Morey Corporation: “Bringing Connection To Life”

Today, Morey brings smart, connected solutions to life through collaborative design, world-class production, and off-the-shelf hardware platforms. In this article we answer questions like, how did we get here, what is our Mission, what do we value, and how living in alignment with these values benefits our partners.

The Morey Corporation: “Bringing Connection To Life”

We believe that what we do here in Woodridge, IL impacts the world.  Through the application of our devices, our partners are empowered with actionable data, remote vehicle control, and custom configurations. Our devices make our partners safer, more efficient, maintain regulatory compliance, and bring value to their customers. 

“When the things you say and the things you do are in alignment with what you actually believe, a thriving culture emerges.” – Simon Sinek


Our Purpose

Enriching People’s Lives Through Smart Connected Solutions. We believe our best work serves our partners and ultimately the world. 

Our Niche

Smart Connected Products & IoT Solutions.


Who We Serve

Known in the industry for our rugged high-performance electronics, we serve on & off-road fleets who need remote vehicle control and accurate data from their assets in real-time. We meet these demands with devices that are user-friendly, built to last, powerful, and purposefully designed. Our rich history continues through serving the IoT needs of the Transportation, Construction, Heavy Duty, & Industrial industries. 


Our Mission

We empower technology innovators to establish powerful connections with their customers & assets through industry-leading IoT products & solutions.


Our Vision

To lead the development of IoT products & solutions through collaborative partnerships and leave a legacy of innovation for good.


Our Key Differentiators



Why is this important in our Industry

Sustained technology success requires partners who understand & align with your vision and values.

How it serves our partners:

  • Confidence: Their success is our success, and their failure is our failure.
  • Agility: Trust brings speed and flexibility because they know we have their best interests in mind.



Why is this important in our industry?

Technology evolves quickly, so leaders need to stay ahead of the curve.

How it serves our partners:

  • Creativity: We develop new ideas that span the chasm of the unknown/impossible.
  • Simplicity: We create solutions that help simplify complex problems.



Why is this important in our Industry?

IIoT providers need powerful, flexible technology that is built to last.

How it serves our partners:

  • Capability: Our solutions are state-of-the-art and tailored to their specific needs.
  • Value: Our solutions provide better ROI over time because of their effectiveness & longevity.


Our History

For almost a century, Morey has been designing and producing high-quality connectivity solutions. What began with switchboard technology and radio test sets for both civilian and military applications expanded into electronics contract manufacturing in a 200,000-square-foot facility by the early 2000s. Today, Morey aligns itself with leading tech innovators to bring connection to life through industry-leading IoT products & solutions.

Morey continues to hold to the same values it did in 1934 when William Morey began the company in his basement. We champion honest, open communication and collaboration. We take ownership of the work we do. We are committed to world-class quality for everyone. Morey constantly strives to develop the ideal smart, connected solutions for our partners. We believe in providing technology that benefits the world. Together, we can leave a legacy of innovation for good.

Morey Moments


William Morey, the company founder, begins manufacturing radio test sets in his basement for Montgomery Ward.



Richard Morey assumes leadership and begins by developing, manufacturing, and selling communication quality retractable cord reels.



Morey’s third generation assumes control of day-to-day business operations. Morey expands in-house engineering capabilities and obtains an ISO 9001 certification for quality systems.



Morey opens a new 100,000 sq. ft. facility in Woodridge, IL—which later expands to 200,000 sq. ft. and a 27,000 sq. ft. Innovation Center. Morey continues to expand design expertise and product offerings.



Under new President Ryne DeBoer, Morey adopts EOS and shifts its core focus to providing smart connected products & solutions.

Today, Morey brings smart, connected solutions to life through collaborative design, world-class production, and off-the-shelf hardware platforms. To learn more about partnering with us for your fleet management solutionruggedized and capable iot-technology then contact us.

We believe in creating technology that benefits the world.

Together, we can leave a legacy of innovation for good.

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