Electronics Production | June 11, 2012

SMTC expands in Asia

SMTC Corporation has successfully bought-out Chinese joint venture partner, Alco Electronics, and the expansion at their Dongguan China manufacturing facility.
The investment and expansion is part of SMTC's strategic plan to strengthen its global footprint and enhance manufacturing capabilities in China the company said in a press release.

SMTC has strengthened its capabilities in Asia by adding engineering resources to support New Product Introduction, by adding testing equipment, and by boosting capacity.

"We are excited to announce this further expansion in China, which meets our strategic initiative to align our footprint to meet the needs of our growing customer base. This growth and investment is consistent with our corporate objective of delivering intelligent, profitable growth to customers with products in the mid-to-low-volume, higher-mix segment of the market," said Claude Germain, President and CEO for SMTC.

SMTC's 150,000 sq/ft facility is located in China (Dongguan), is ISO 9001:2008 registered and serves as a medium to high volume, medium to low mix facility servicing both regional and global OEMs.


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