Electronics Production | June 21, 2012
Suntron expands Mexico facility
Suntron Corporation announced today that it has expanded its facility in Tijuana, Mexico.
Suntron added 27,275 ft.2 of additional space, including a Class 100,000 clean room, bringing the total square footage of the facility to 106,000. This expanded area, including the clean room, is now fully operational. The Tijuana facility offers high mix, high reliability electronics manufacturing services. Suntron has specialized in printed circuit board assembly, cable and harnesses, and complete boxbuild in Mexico for over 25 years. The addition of large scale systems integration services and clean room capabilities, coupled with Suntron de Mexico's existing ISO13485 certification, will allow the facility to better serve the high-end medical industry and other fields. "By adding large scale integration within our Low Cost Regional facility in Tijuana, we are positioning ourselves for future growth with a new capability," explained Rod Gunther, Suntron de Mexico Plant Manager. "The additional space will help us better serve our customers, particularly those who are looking to manufacture in a low cost region but desire to be closer to home."