About the Company


Prior to its incorporation and ”official” start in 1976, Regal was actually the outgrowth of a family owned speaker manufacturing business. Of course we were optimistic back then, but I don’t think we even dreamed that Regal would grow to become what it is today — an internationally recognized manufacturer of electronic components, speakers, connectors, and a wide variety of related products and services. The Regal name can be found on literally thousands of products shipped to just about every corner of the globe.

Regal wouldn’t be where it is today without a team of dedicated, talented, hard-working people. From plants and offices in Taiwan and China, to engineering, sales and administration in the center of Silicon Valley, we are an international family. Behind every product we ship is a human story and a responsibility we take very seriously. Our people make the difference and we are very proud of them all. In this fast-moving, global economy we will continue to grow and innovate because of them.

“We serve our customers one customer at a time!”

Our relationships with our customers have provided us with solid, sustained growth that we see continuing into the future. One of our greatest strengths is our ability to work closely with our customers to meet their specific needs. A close working relationship can mean anything from prompt shipment of our new shielded connector products to designing an entire speaker module that snaps into a customer’s electronics computer assembly.

Because of our solid customer relationships, a dedicated staff and a hard earned reputation for quality, service and innovation, the future looks bright for Regal.


Regal Electronics, Inc. Headquarters in San Jose, CA

On July 18th, 2016 Regal Electronics, Inc.moved its corporate headquarters to a new location in San Jose, California. According to Madeleine Lee, Regal’s CEO, “The opportunity presented itself to lower our facility costs, increase office workflow efficiency and upgrade our internal data processing systems and network.

Regal Building    ArialMap