PCB manufacturing and electronics manufacturing services What the market is saying?
Electronics manufacturing services and PCB manufacturing are the foundation of electronics manufacturing. During the past few years, the EMS industry in particular has changed dramatically: For some time now, manufacturing expertise and a fleet of machines have not been enough to remain successful on the market. Contract manufacturers of electronics must assume more and more risk factors such as innovation and market risk. Process technology and leadership as well as logistics and organization have increased in significance. EMS companies have taken this development into account by continuing to develop their expertise in specific areas and expanding the range of services they provide. They are no longer mere â€œassembling suppliersâ€ of electronic components, but increasingly serve as problem solvers or basic-design providers that also perform functions such as purchasing materials and are establishing themselves as valuable partners in the production-introduction phase. So the industry is moving in the right direction. However, it must continue to develop because things wonâ€™t get any easier for providers of electronics manufacturing services in the future. Instead, things will become more diversified, and it will be more difficult to compete on the market.
What sectors does the PCB & EMS cluster cover?
Electronic manufacturing services
Leadsintec is a professional PCB and PCBA in Shenzhen,We have more than 11 years experience in:
Production of customer designed components
SMD assembly and through hole components insertion, PCB Assembly, FCP.
Function verification and burning test
Complete Unit assembly (which including plastics, metal box, Coil, cable inside etc)
Engineering including end of life components, obsolete component replace and design support for circuit, metal and plastic enclosure
PCB Layout, Packing design
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