EMS（Electronic Manufacturing Service) [Design-Procurement-Manufacturing]
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Developing global EMS
In recent years, there have been two major moves in the manufacturing of electronic products. One concerns outsourcing. Amid cutthroat competition, many leading manufacturers are concentrating their management resources on development, designing, and marketing, while outsourcing production on a large scale. Such needs have led the way to appearance in the electronics industry of a new type of business – electronics manufacturing services (EMS). In the other move, a large number of manufacturers are transferring production bases to foreign countries. Japanese manufacturers have shifted production to other Asian countries, including China.
Katolec embarked on the electronics business in 1980. Ever since, we have accumulated considerable expertise in manufacturing with a focus on the mounting of printed boards. We set up our first overseas base in Indonesia in 1993, which was followed by other Asian countries, China, and North America. Katolec's domestic and overseas bases are responsible for full processes, ranging from designing and procurement to final assembly, making us a full-fledged EMS enterprise.
To achieve higher quality and cost savings under its "Quality First" principle, Katolec has so far obtained certifications for the IATF16949 automotive industry standard, and ISO9001 and ISO14001 international standards in environmental management systems.
Features and Strengths of Katolec EMS
- (1) Manufacture of products suitable for each of the nine overseas and two domestic production bases.
- (2) Advanced mounting technology
- (3) Component procurement bases (IPO) in Hong Kong and Japan to increase our procurement capability
- (4) High-mix low volume production, module products, FPC (flexible printed circuit board) mounting, etc.
- (5) Improved efficiency with introduction of KPICS(proprietary production management system)
- (6) Integrated services, ranging from design to delivery