ALL Circuits and IEE Open Newest Facility in Guadalajara, Mexico


Reading time ( words)

France’s largest EMS company, ALL Circuits is rapidly becoming a global EMS company. Already in the global top fifty, the next stage in their development is the opening of their latest factory in Guadalajara, Mexico on January 11, 2019. The facility is co-located with IEE, ALL Circuits’ partner and customer in sensing for the automotive industry.

ALL Circuits is an EMS that focuses first and foremost on its customers’ needs and has recognized a demand to have a larger global manufacturing footprint and particularly a requirement to manufacture in the Americas for the that market. To serve that need and as part of their international growth strategy, ALL Circuits is now operating a facility in Guadalajara, Mexico with the same equipment, software and consumables set as their other state-of-the-art factories, in France and Tunisia. This too is a strong motivation for IEE who are looking forward to serving their Americas customers locally.

General Manager of ALL Circuits’ factory in Mexico, Pascal Aubois said “ALL Circuits is a manufacturer with its pedigree in Automotive, exceptionally high standards and a strong commitment to automation and quality. We chose Guadalajara for the quality of the talent here and the infrastructure that allows us to support our global accounts directly in the Americas. Using the same equipment and processes allows us to quickly and seamlessly move product from one location to another, making us more agile and responsive”

COO of IEE, David Brink, said the opening is a “great step for IEE as a company, we needed to be able to service our customers here in this region”. He went on to say, “our objective here is to build a state of the art factory, that will be our footprint going forward and we’ll map this to our other facilities worldwide, with Industry 4.0, Logistics 4.0 and the connectivity and digitization that’s behind that.”

Bruno Racault, CEO of ALL Circuits, added “It’s very exciting for us to be in Mexico inaugurating our facility. We have one of the most automated plants in Europe and our investment in this new plant reflects our desire to replicate that and to drive the same standards of manufacturing regardless if the products in automotive, medical or IoT”. Bruno went on to say, “Guadalajara has a lot to offer, innovation and academia are very active in electronics, and we are very happy to be connected to such a great ecosystem that brings the whole value chain together along with a committed government.”

About ALL Circuits

ALL Circuits is France’s largest EMS with manufacturing facilities in Meung-sur-Loire and Bayonne, France and overseas manufacturing in Tunisia and Mexico, as well as a design studio in Angers, France. Success has been assured by being extremely customer focused and by ensuring that process innovation and automation remain at the core of the company’s DNA. With more the 25 SMT lines, in over 50,000 square metres, ALL Circuits assembles more than 300,000 boards per day and has an annual turnover over €300 Million.

About IEE

For more than 25 years, IEE has been developing and manufacturing cutting-edge sensing solutions. An experienced automotive system supplier and component manufacturer, IEE works closely with leading car makers around the world. IEE has equipped more than 280 million vehicles worldwide with solutions to either detect occupants or classify them.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

A Working Definition of Automation

04/16/2019 | Happy Holden, I-Connect007
Automation in a working context means more than just automatic machinery. Machinery implies mechanization. Automation also means the system information directs and controls people, materials, and machines. This concept is also known as systemization. Therefore, automation is made up of two components: mechanization (material flow) and systemization (information flow). Find out more.

Which IPC-A-610 Class is Best for Your PCBA?

04/08/2019 | Neil Sharp, JJS Manufacturing
For many EMS providers, IPC-A-610 is the agreed standard to define what's acceptable and what's not in the world of PCBA production. As an OEM, it's important that you're clear on the basic principles that separate those classes so that you have a clear and realistic expectation of what the results are going to be.

Top 10 Most-Read SMT007 Articles for March

04/01/2019 | I-Connect007
Starting this month, we will take a look back at the most popular SMT007 news, articles, interviews, and columns over the past 30 days. For the month of March, these are the top 10 most-read SMT007 articles. Check them out.



Copyright © 2019 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.