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  • Expansion of Child Restraint Testing to MGA’s Canadian Facility

    MGA has been a leader in child restraint testing for global manufacturers over the last two decades. After years of supporting manufacturers and governing bodies, MGA decided to expand its testing capability to its Canadian facility established in 2012 in Mississauga, Ontario. (more…)

  • MGA Leads Electric Vehicle Crash Testing

    MGA Research Corporation has been the leader in the automotive safety field for decades, providing component level testing and full vehicle crash testing services. While most of this testing was originally developed for internal combustion powered vehicles, MGA has also developed new and innovative solutions to meet and exceed the needs of our customers for electric vehicle testing. (more…)

  • MGA Research Expands the Equipment Fabrication Center

    Starting in the early 1980s MGA began designing and fabricating equipment for the Automotive industry and soon after expanded into Aerospace, as well as Space and Defense equipment.  As we continue to grow as a dynamic and responsive testing services and equipment supplier, we have significantly expanded our design and fabrication footprint in Akron, New York. Our new 42,000 ft2 state-of-the-art facility has dedicated machining, fabrication, and painting areas along with ample square footage to house our equipment inventory. In addition, our facility has room for future expansion with plans to outfit a full-service checkout area for completed projects. (more…)

  • Trailer Hitch and Towing Accessory Testing

    MGA is the industry leader and has been a trusted partner providing testing support to hitch manufactures and OEMs. For a decade we continue to meet strength and durability requirements based on gross vehicle weights and trailer ratings. (more…)

  • Battery Lab Expansion in Wisconsin

    Many companies around the world are developing new and exciting designs using lithium-ion batteries. The electric/hybrid electric vehicle industry is projected to grow exponentially, as seen from the graph below (, McDonald, Lauren). Multiple OEMs have made statements confirming their preparation and direction for electric vehicle development. (more…)