Enics Establishes High-Performance Manufacturing Site in Malaysia

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Enics, one of the world’s largest electronics manufacturing service companies, announces that it has signed a contract with the I-Park industrial area in Senai, Malaysia, adjacent to Johor Bahru and Singapore, for construction of a new manufacturing site. With this, Enics extends its presence in Asia enlarging the production network to 8 manufacturing and engineering sites in Malaysia, Europe and China.

”Malaysia, being a global hub in electronics manufacturing, is an obvious choice for Enics’ expansion in Asia” comments Enics’ President and CEO Elke Eckstein. ”Availability of supply chain, skilled workforce and logistics make Malaysia and especially Johor Bahru region an attractive environment for a global electronics manufacturing company like Enics. The new site will be a streamlined, highly automated electronics manufacturing unit, offering high-volume manufacturing solutions and services to our valued customers.”

The new manufacturing site building, covering 10.000 sqm, is constructed over the coming months and production line equipment will be installed during last quarter of 2020. The site will be inaugurated and starts its production in early 2021.



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