Asteelflash to Officially Open New Factory in La Soukra, Tunisia


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Asteelflash Group announced last year the start of production at its newly-built state of the art facility in La Soukra, Tunisia. This 15,000m² facility, located 15 minutes away from Tunis airport, is the heart of a project called IMTIEZ (“excellence” in local language), implementing a strong, modern, cutting-edge and cost-competitive electronic manufacturing solution supporting the European market.

With a substantial investment of €2.5 million to modernize its equipment and increase its production capacity, Asteelflash La Soukra opens its doors to its customers, suppliers and partners for an official inauguration which will take place on May 12 and 13, 2017.

The purpose of this event is to officially present La Soukra factory and its production capacities, but it will also be the opportunity for the attendees to discover or rediscover Tunisia, which is dear to Asteelflash. This opening ceremony will be held in the presence of Gilles Benhamou, CEO of Asteelflash, as well as Jean-Yves Blot, General Manager of Asteelflash Tunisia, along with his executive committee.

About Asteelflash

Asteelflash is an international Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) company. It operates 18 manufacturing sites on 4 continents with a headcount of around 5,000 employees. The company was founded in Paris, France in 1999 and offers comprehensive and integrated design and manufacturing services from initial product design to volume production including prototyping, direct order fulfillment and post deployment services. For more information, click here.

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