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What's changed? EMS-provider locations in Europe
Evertiq has made a list of the locations of well established EMS-providers here in Europe. There have been some changes over the years. Take a look.
Most notably, Elcoteq - once part of the elite Top10 - is now bankrupt. This is not a complete list and we are not attempting to show every single EMS-provider in Europe. Please also note that not all the locations listed here are pure manufacturing facilities. We also included offices, research centres and other facilities. The EMS providers are listed alphabetically. We have some blank spaces in our list. Please feel free to contact us at contact if you can help us with these gaps. AsteelFlash: France: Cleurie, Deville-Les-Rouen, Domerat, Duttlenheim, Mercin et Vaux, Meylan, Saint-Marie, Saint-Vit, Saumur, Valframbert UK: Bedford Benchmark Electronics: Ireland: Dublin Netherlands: Almelo Romania: Brasov Celestica: Austria: Frankenburg Ireland: Galway Romania: Oradea Scotland: Gourock Spain: Valencia Switzerland: Zurich Elcoteq: (declared bankrupt 2011) Estonia: Tallinn Finland: ___ Hungary: Pécs Luxembourg: Luxembourg Switzerland: Zug Flextronics Austria: Althofen = Production, Vienna = only Office CZ: Brno = only development, plant sold to Honeywell, Plzen = closed, Pardubice Denmark: Skive closed Germany: Böblingen = Multek, Paderborn, Frickenhausen = Flex Automotive Hungary: Budapest, WHIP =this is Sárvár Plastics, Zalaegerszeg (WHIP = is Western Hungarian Industrial Park = Zalaegerszeg + Sárvár), Tab Ireland: Cork, Limerick Italy: Milan, Treviso = design office Netherlands: Venray FlexLogistics Poland: Łódź = FlexLogistics, Tczew Romania: Timisoara Slovakia = Flex Medical Sweden: Karlskrona, Linköping Ukraine: Beregovo, FlexLogistics Foxconn: CZ: Rudna, Pardubice; Kutna Hora Denmark: ___ Finland: ___ Hungary: Komarom, Szekesfehervar Ireland: ___ Netherlands: ___ Russia: St. Petersburg Slovakia: Nitra UK: ___ Jabil: Austria: Vienna Belgium: Hasselt England: Coventry France: Brest, Gallargues Germany: Jena Hungary: Tiszaujvaros, Szombathely Italy: Cassina de Pecchi, Marcianise Netherlands: Amsterdam, Venray Poland: Kwidzyn, Bydgoszcz Russia: Tver Scotland: Livingston Ukraine: Uzhgorod Sanmina-SCI: Finland: Salo, Haukipudas Germany: Gunzenhausen Hungary: Tatabanya, Miskolc Ireland: Fermoy Sweden: Örnsköldsvik UK: Port Glasgow USI (Universal Scientific Industrial): England: London (Sales) Scotland: Greenock (Repair) Venture: Hungary: Budapest Netherlands: Rotterdam Spain: Barcelona Videoton: Bulgaria: Stara Zagora Hungary: Győr, Hajdúnánás, Kaposvár, Marcali, Nagyvenyim, Törökszentmiklós, Veszprém, Székesfehérvár, Ukraine: Mukachevo Zollner: Germany: Altenmarkt, Furth im Wald, Lam, Neukirchen, Untergschwandt, Zandt Hungary: Szügy, Vác Romania: Satu Mare
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