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Contract manufactuer in China

I need information about SMT contract manufactuer in China o... - Nov 19, 2002 by sergiovito  

Thank you. You beat me to it. ... - Apr 28, 2003 by razor  

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sergiovito

#22430

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 November, 2002

I need information about SMT contract manufactuer in China or region. I will appreciate if someone could give me some references!

thank you

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JoAnn Stromberg

#22433

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 November, 2002

The SMTA will be sponsoring a Mission to China in April. This would be a good opportunity for you to connect with a contract manufacturer. Please e-mail me with your contact information and we will be sure to mail you a flyer in January.

JoAnn

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sergiovito

#22434

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 November, 2002

I am interested in this mission to China? How can I participate? How is your mail address?

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Mick

#22436

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 November, 2002

Electronic Trend Publications has just finished a 250 page report on electronics manufacturing in China and EMS activity, incl the big 5 plus the local guys. I am sure it is available at $$, but do not have info on cost. Tel number I have for them is 408 369 7000

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JoAnn Stromberg

#22437

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 November, 2002

The SMTA's mission will be limited to 20 individuals/companies. You will have the opportunity to hear frm government officials about "how to do buisness" in China. We will aslo tour facilities and make connections for you based on what you are looking for (a joint venture, setting up a facility, or finding a CM). You can e-mail me with your mailing address at joann@smta.org. The SMTA address is 5200 Willson Rd., Ste. 215, Edina, MN 55424. Phone: 952-920-7682

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Francisco Tello

#22470

Contract manufactuer in China | 21 November, 2002

Cable contract manufacturer will be opening factory in China in early 2003. Check website if intersted.

http://www.customassemblyllc.com

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RicardoF

#22486

Contract manufactuer in China | 22 November, 2002

Is there any kind of similar program to Promote Latin America? I guess we should look to other options for business

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#22488

Contract manufactuer in China | 22 November, 2002

Here's a clue, without all the hubub about being part of a "mission".....beat their prices, meet or exceed their quality, and be easy to work with. I think the news would get around.

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jojojameson

#24306

Contract manufactuer in China | 26 April, 2003

Dear All Our company as a group is known as NeST Group of companies.We started our activities in the feild of electronic manufacturing in the begining of 90's.Now we have operations in all range of activities in software development,hardware design & manufacturing,powersupply design & manufacturing,fibre optics,manufacturing of batteries,Animation,food & beverages etc. Iam working in nest power electronics & we are specialised in design & manufacturing of power supply.At present our customers are Hewellet packard,Ge medical france,Power integration USA etc.Our design group has develeped products for Lucent technologies Bell Labs USA,Seimens etc.they all are using our design for their product.We are supplying 100K powersupplies per month for HP.Our plant is equiped with SMT lines & through hole machines.Our group is capable of doing low volume & high volume products.Our company is ISO 9001 certified.Please feel free to contact me at any time for further clarification. With warm regards Jojo Jameson

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PANKAJ SHARMA

#24307

Contract manufactuer in China | 26 April, 2003

Please be advised that India has very competitive SMT contract manufacturers.

We are leading PCB assy contract manufacturer in India having two DEK-FUJI lines and are catering to Telecom,IT Hardware and Instrumentation industry for their PCB assy and BOX build solutions.Please get intouch with us for more details

pankaj

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#24308

Contract manufactuer in China | 26 April, 2003

I already have my own factory in China. If you want to know more information, call me or send me an email.

Thanks

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#24333

Contract manufactuer in China | 28 April, 2003

SaiWong

Given the pictures we see of people hosing-down streets, wipping-down walls in hotels, and similar clean-up images; how do Chinese electronic manufacturers assure that they are not exporting SARS with the product they assemble and ship from their country?

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razor

#24335

Contract manufactuer in China | 28 April, 2003

Thank you. You beat me to it.

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Kris

#24345

Contract manufactuer in China | 29 April, 2003

Hi,

Should the industry in general warn the customers if the products were indeed assembled during the period from the time when the thing originated and until it is cured ?

Thanks

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Stephen

#24348

Contract manufactuer in China | 29 April, 2003

Different viruses have different lifespans outside the host. HIV is something like a few seconds. The flu is something like 12 hours. Sars is something like 24 hrs. There are a lot more deadlier deseases. I think you would have a much greater chance of getting a paper cut from the paperwork and getting flesh eating disease than you have of getting SARS from a PCB assembly shipped overseas.

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Grant

#24360

Contract manufactuer in China | 30 April, 2003

Hi,

Yes, I heard that one route of infection of SARS is via human feces contact, so be sure you don't accidentally put any product you get contract manufactured in China into your rectum.

This is one of our prime corporate safety guidelines. A safe company is a happy company.

Otherwise, if you read some of the more scientific articles about SARS, then you will know more about the possibilities of spreading it. As stephen said, most of these diseases don't live for very long outside a host, so you will be fine.

Regards,

Grant

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lawrence

#24442

Contract manufactuer in China | 8 May, 2003

Good day, Is product manufacturing cost competitiveness you are looking for? or your product market size? Factoring in tne current sars condition, is China the only best bet? why not say Indonesia? certain area can still enjoy US FTA and others FTA benifits. Cheers, Lawrence

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#24450

Contract manufactuer in China | 8 May, 2003

Not to start a long discussion, but what all the contract manufacturers in the US doing with all this work supposidly now heading to China?

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RDR

#24451

Contract manufactuer in China | 8 May, 2003

To answer what the US CEMs are doing with everything going to China?

We are all getting layed off, taking mandatory vacations etc...

Is it just me? But why are people/companies so eager to move everything overseas? Last time we/I did a cost analisys it was not cheaper for most products. By the time you have to send your engineers,marketing, materials people over there usually for extended stays, shipping costs, customs, and a few other things we found that the total cost was actually higher. We would save a dollar aboard and spend 5 dollars to support it.

Russ

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#24453

Pardon me all for intruding in this valuable technical.... | 8 May, 2003

discussion, but how did this year-old thread get drudged up again? Don't answer that...it's a rhetorical question that I already know the answer to.

Sign me,

Steve, who's frankly getting a little rankled at the prospect of starting another job search sometime in the next 5 months or so.

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#24454

Contract manufactuer in China | 8 May, 2003

Russ,

Some people don't look into those details. They get into trouble and decide they need to make cuts. Labor rates are the first thing they jump on because there's such an obvious gap between Chinese rates and the rates here. Details, such as the cost of quality and admin., are lost until it's too late.

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#24455

Pardon me all for intruding in this valuable technical.... | 8 May, 2003

It may seem like a year, but this has been going on for closer to six months.

Oh, it's because the administrators at SMTnet think is soooo valuable to us that sales-types have an opportunity to dredge-up and open ancient threads for their self-promotion. It just adds so much content, doesn�t it? [Was that what you were thinking?]

See, this thread is very pertinent to your situation. Do you think medical equipment manufacturers are under equal pressure from offshore suppliers as professional stereo equipment manufacturers?

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#24460

Contract manufactuer in China | 9 May, 2003

Hi sergiovito , what do you mean by China or region.Indonezia is not a region. Asia is a big continent. May be East Europe(labor there is preferable too).Or you chose China because others did? You should make a research and to find what is an advantage in real.Where the quality is better?Where the price is the best? What are your exact needs? If the best is China -ok.

And forget about WARP or other paranoic answers. This is SMT forum, not MEDICAL or biological. Best wishes! Emo

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Peter Garsoe

#24465

Pardon me all for intruding in this valuable technical.... | 9 May, 2003

If someone searches the archives and finds a thread with information that they would like to know more about, how can we(at SMTnet.com) make it possible for them to ask the question in the context of the message and it's threads? Or should they not be able to do so and does that undermine the usability or value of the archives?

Also, we feel that the forum participants have done a pretty good job of keeping the commercialism out of the forum. Does the line get crossed? Yup! Do you step on their toes? Yup! Works reasonably well for an unmoderated venue.

As to cheaper labor markets?It is becoming a global market for business and the pain felt in one country is a job and food on the table in an other. How to reconcile the short term for those who get hurt? If I knew that I would be rich. I think that here on SMTnet, is an oppurtunity to inexpensively promote your business to a world wide market through using the posting facilities this site offers. Most of it free! But how many of you forum users even have your companies registered and use these free features to promote your expertise, much less support the site by buying some of the services we offer? I think wishing that things were different is not going to get results. We need to adapt and change, and that can be painful. We here know just as well as all of you. This industry is going through some tough times and here we can all help each other, use this site to communicate with each other and perhaps one day again all prosper. Thanks for your valued support. Is this a blatant commercial message?

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#24468

Pardon me all for intruding in this valuable technical.... | 9 May, 2003

Peter

Our thoughts on this are well documented. Search the Forum and you'll find 45 threads just on "old threads".

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Jaime

#24470

Contract manufactuer in China | 9 May, 2003

"This is SMT forum, not MEDICAL or biological."

Thank you.

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#24471

Pardon me all for intruding in this valuable technical.... | 9 May, 2003

I think medical manufacturers are more inclined to proceed with caution because they have so much more at stake when something fails out of the box, or worse yet during a code.

A lot of them locally have gone outside for pcb assembly, but stayed domestic. Some are still toughing it out in their own plants because they want some control. None that I know of around here are going overseas. By the time China has overcome the bad press (deserved or not) and has a steady supply of Class 2 and 3 products to build, the consumer folks will be lining up production plants in Cambodia.

As far as the pertinence of this thread, I frankly lost track of the fact that the original post was a request for information about/from Chinese manufacturers. I just read the last (better never than late, in my book) post and went off. You see, when you start focusing on the big picture, the details get fuzzy. Same thing with the thread duration. My bad.

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#24473

Contract manufacturer in China | 11 May, 2003

A much greater material cost savings has been realized by companies going to China for their product manufacture. It's not so much the labor man, its the material. Metal, plastic, composites and electronic components are way cheaper there than here. Don't forget the software too.

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#24474

Contract manufactuer in China | 12 May, 2003

To my humble opinion it is more a political question than medical or SMT manufacturing. While the Flextronics and Solectrons consider re-locating their manufacturing into Polen, Hungary or Bulgaria, you may ask yourself, if you rather make a call with your phone made in Polen than made in China, when you are un-employed?

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#24478

Contract manufactuer in China | 12 May, 2003

Hello Sergio,

Are you interested in starting-up yourself or looking for established CM provider in China? Please contact me at below coordinates if you are thinking of setting up shop for yourself.

Thanks & Regards,

Jason Robotham Sales Manager Tekmart International Inc. 666 Vaughan Road Toronto, Ontario., Canada M6E 2Y5 (416) 385-1956 Office (416) 385-0810 Fax (416) 450-6026 Mobile http://www.tekmart.com

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#27322

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 February, 2004

Electronic Trend Publications has just published a strategic new market research report you may find of interst titled, "Electronics Manufacturing in China, 2nd Edition". "Electronics Manufacturing in China, 2nd Edition" is special in that it looks at electronics production in China--domestic manufacturers, joint ventures with Western companies, and foreign contract manufacturers (CMs and ODMs). The report forecasts production in China by product assembly. A brochure containing more information about this report can be found at: http://www.electronictrendpubs.com/ch2bro.pdf

Regards, Karen Selven Electronic Trend Publications

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#27328

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 February, 2004

I've published my own strategic new market research report you may find of interest titled, "Electronics Manufacturing in China, Final Edition". It's free by the way:

"U.S. production of contract assemblies in 2000 is $X.

China production of contract assemblies in 2005 is $X times 95%.

Percentage of McDonald's employees with engineering or technical backgrounds in 2000: 1%

Percentage of McDonald's employees with engineering or technical backgrounds in 2005: 50%

End of report

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Jason Robotham

#27329

Contract manufactuer in China | 19 February, 2004

ha hah ha !!!

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