Neways Electronics Moves to a New Production Facility in China


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Neways Electronics International has moved to another building with its manufacturing facility in China. The new site is located in Wuxi’s New District, nearby the Wuxi Airport, and covers a total area of 7,200 square meters. All quality audits and validations have been successfully completed.

The new production building covers three floors and offers a capacity increase of 30% as well as better overall production conditions compared to the previous location. The new location enables an optimized, lean manufacturing process with automated coating and drying and offers a dedicated process area for Box Build assembly activities. The material flow is organized by 3–storey shared Kardex systems and by a dedicated production floor material elevator.

The Chinese site serves customers in the industrial, medical, automotive and semiconductor industries and is ISO 13485, IATF 16949, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. The wholly owned subsidiary of Neways Electronics International is specialized in PCBA (THT and SMT) and Box Build.

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