HANZA Establishes Manufacturing Solution with Deliveries to Flexenclosure


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HANZA has signed an agreement with Flexenclosure, whereby HANZA will supply electrical parts from their manufacturing cluster in Årjäng, Sweden and host a final JIT (just in time) assembly line.

Flexenclosure provides sustainable Internet infrastructure for emerging markets – designing and manufacturing eCentre prefabricated data center buildings and eSite intelligent power management systems for the ICT industry. The company recently launched eSite x10 – the world’s first hybrid power system purpose-built for outdoor telecom sites and to outdoor telecom standards.

"Our new eSite x10 product is the future of hybrid power," said David King, CEO, Flexenclosure. "Its hardware and software engineering is pre-eminent in our industry and we needed to be sure that our manufacturing partner was pre-eminent in theirs. We're comfortable that with their high-tech experience and their proximity to our manufacturing hub in Sweden, HANZA is the ideal partner."

"Our concept is designed to deliver high customer value thru CAP (Competence, Automation and Proximity) to customers in countries like Sweden," said Thomas Lindström, Senior Vice President, Head of Business Solutions at HANZA. "This, we combine with our unique advisory services and complete manufacturing to develop a sustainable manufacturing strategy for our customers."

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