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22
July
2013

Partnertech: 'Electronics not biggest segment'

'Systems Integration & Enclosures' is now the strongest business segment for Swedish EMS-provider Partnertech. During the last 12 months, it accounted for 44% of external sales.

A closer look at Electronics

PartnerTech manufactures printed circuit boards and encapsulated electronics (box build assembly) in this operating segment, which accounts for 43% of external sales. Electronic components are manufactured in Malmö (Sweden), Cambridge (UK), Sieradz (Poland), Atlanta (US), Chang’an and Guang Zhou (China).

Most customers are in the IT, CleanTech, Industry and Defense & Maritime market areas. The segment also sells within the group, given that electronics are integral to systems integration.

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A closer look at Systems Integration & Enclosures

Systems integration involves the assembly of all or part of a customer’s product, which includes electronics, plastic or metal components and software in addition to the actual enclosure. PartnerTech also manufactures enclosures in the form of sheet metal casings, cabinets and frames for various types of applications.

Production takes place in Myslowice (Poland), Åtvidaberg (Sweden), Moss (Norway), Vantaa (Finland), Atlanta (US) and Chang’an (China).

Most customers are in the MedTech, Point of Sale Applications, CleanTech or Industry market areas.

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A closer look at Machining

PartnerTech manufactures milled and turned metal components in this operating segment.

Production takes place in Karlskoga (Sweden) and Myslowice (Poland), and customers come from all market areas, notably Defense & Maritime and Information Technology.

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