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Contract manufacturer Esemda opens new facility in Vilnius and expands EMS
The new facility has been built with reserved space for future expansions. As Esemda constantly grows, it is of great importance to be able to rapidly increase production capacity in large volumes.
Contract manufacturer Esemda opens new electronics manufacturing facility in Vilnius and expands EMS capacities. The facility has been built with reserved space for future expansions. As Esemda constantly grows, it is of great importance to be able to rapidly increase production capacity in large volumes. For more than 18 years, Esemda has served over 250 customers from more than 20 countries, with EMS services. Ever since the beginning, Esemda has been paying huge attention to production speed and quality. Yearly investments in existing and new equipment gives Esemda the advantage of having one of the most advanced equipment collections in the market. As a result of that, Esemda has the capability of performing almost any action related to electronics manufacturing. This year, one of the biggest investments where made – when the company built a brand new and modern production facility in Vilnius, Lithuania. The new factory is open and running from September 2019. The whole factory built with the idea of providing the market with services related to electronics manufacturing from prototyping to serial assembly services of completely finished products. Because of innovative and professional work Esemda was noticed in many different award nominations. The company received annual 'Gazele' award - an award that is subject to growth, profitability, transparency, publicity and quality criteria. Esemda has received the Gazele award for several years. By working with LEAN method for more than 10 years and consistently improving internal processes, lets the company shorten production time and expenses. One of the key values is to keep customer “know-how” and data safe. Extra care to NDA gained trust from many industries such as Medical, Laser, Military etc. As a contract manufacturer Esemda takes extra care to design for manufacturability. A contractor that always supports customer with feedback about design issues and changes needed to reduce manufacturing expenses. The Esemda supply chain is always looking for the best lead time and price ratio, suggesting which components that are best for the customer, in order to eliminate supply issues and provide short lead times and also informs partners about end of the line or obsolete components. The company believes that the customer benefits from whole production steps, performed at one pace. This helps to avoid additional logistics expenses, traceability losses and saves lots of time. Esemda has many examples of successful collaborations with customers which has led to successful raises of projects. Manufacturing Electrical Power System of M6P Nano-Satellite Platform at Esemdas old facility Esemda works with different size production batches - one of the SMT lines is designated for rapid prototyping and assembly from one PCB to a few hundreds of boards and others for serial production for batches of larger volumes. Collaboration with leading plastic moulding, metal working, wire harness etc. lets Esemda to serve customers with completely finished products while dealing only with one supplier – assembled, tested and delivered to end customer. Take the opportunity to choose an EMS supplier closer to your headquarters. Esemda - based in Vilnius, Lithuania, can offer next-working day delivery in whole Europe. Combine Esemdas location with the response time for requests (which is currently the shortest on the market) Esemda becomes an unbeatable partner when time matters. For more details please check our website: ESEMDA In November 2019, Esemda will be participating in two exhibitions: Click for more details: Elmia subcontractor 2019 (both number D01:19). Click for more details: Productronica 2019 (Hall B3, booth 267). To get more details about Esemda or to book a meeting at one of our exhibitions with sales representatives, please contact us at email@example.com
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