Enics Celebrates Inauguration of New Factory Location in Beijing


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After a successful relocation operation, Enics Beijing team celebrates the inauguration of a new factory location in the JinTianHengYie Industrial Park. 

Enics Beijing team announced a 18-month-long relocation project completed, as the manufacturing site celebrates the inauguration of a new factory location on September 17th

“Relocating an entire factory is never an easy project. This has required careful planning by a large project team, and coordination with every customer, in order to ensure continuation of supply and consistent quality throughout the relocation project. After managing this and passing all inspections related to the massive project, we can definitely congratulate ourselves” tells Enics Vice President, Asia Jane Liu. “Our new location offers improved layout for optimized automation and space utilization. The site also houses a new testing lab that complements our service offering.” 

Enics Beijing manufacturing site is located in the JinTianHengYie Industrial Park in the Beijing Economic and Technological Development Area. The 9400 square meter building houses 6400 sqm manufacturing floor space, as well as supporting office and staff facilities. Enics Beijing provides NPI (new product introduction) service and focuses on manufacturing low-volume and high-mix complex products. The manufacturing site offers high level of automation and flexibility, ensuring fast delivery with premium quality. Enics Beijing has Quality Analysis R&D Labs, serving our customers with high value-add and all-round turnkey services, including test development, DFMA (design for manufacturing and assembly), prototyping, product maintenance and care, spare part manufacturing, and full range of after sale services.

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