NEWARK, NY--(Marketwire - January 4, 2011) -  IEC Electronics Corp. (NYSE Amex: IEC) has filed a Form 8K with the Securities and Exchange Commission updating its investor presentation which may be found at IEC has also made the updated version of its investor presentation available at the Company's website,

W. Barry Gilbert, Chairman of the Board and CEO, commented, "It is important that shareholders clearly understand how we are investing their funds. With our recent acquisition of Southern California Braiding, we've updated our investor presentation to provide additional information about the company we acquired, along with the effect of the acquisition on our Company's performance." 

About IEC Electronics
IEC Electronics Corporation is a premier provider of electronic manufacturing services ("EMS") to advanced technology companies primarily in the military and aerospace, medical, industrial and computing sectors. The Company specializes in the custom manufacture of high reliability, complex circuit cards, system level assemblies, a wide array of custom cable and wire harness assemblies, and precision sheet metal products. As a full service EMS provider, IEC is a world-class ISO 9001:2008, AS9100 and ISO13485 certified company. The AS9100 certification enables IEC to serve the military and commercial aerospace markets. The ISO13485 certification supports the quality requirements of medical device markets. The Company is also ITAR registered and NSA approved under the COMSEC standard. IEC Electronics is headquartered in Newark, NY (outside of Rochester) and also has operations in Victor, NY, Rochester, NY Albuquerque, NM and Bell Gardens, CA. Additional information about IEC can be found on its web site at

The foregoing, including any discussion regarding the Company's future prospects, contains certain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including uncertainties associated with economic conditions in the electronics industry, particularly in the principal industry sectors served by the Company, changes in customer requirements and in the volume of sales to principal customers, competition and technological change, the ability of the Company to control manufacturing and operating costs, satisfactory relationships with vendors. The Company's actual results of operations may differ significantly from those contemplated by any forward-looking statements as a result of these and other factors, including factors set forth in the Company's 2010 Annual Report on Form 10-K and in other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contact Information:

Susan E. Topel-Samek
Vice President & CFO
IEC Electronics Corp.
(315) 332-4308