Koh Young Expands Manufacturing Operations for Increased Capacity and Faster Delivery

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Koh Young Technology, the industry leader in the True 3D measurement-based inspection solutions, is proudly announcing the grand opening of our new Yeoju production center in South Korea. “Last year marked our 20-year anniversary. During the past two decades, we have solidified our position as the manufacturing standard for SPI (solder paste inspection) and AOI (automated optical inspection) equipment across the electronics manufacturing industry,” said JD Shin, Chief Sales Officer at Koh Young. “With so many companies relying on us for their inspection needs, we needed to increase our production capacity to maintain customer satisfaction.” 

Moving the production site has allowed for an expansive production space, which increases our production capacity by over 150 percent. The newly constructed facility is nearly twice the size of the previous factory and allows Koh Young to produce more than 6,000 machines per year before making any further process improvements. 

With the growing customer demand for our products, this new capacity will ensure efficient manufacturing and faster order fulfillment. Aside from our industrial inspection division, which delivers products for electronics assembly, the new facility has dedicated space for our growing medical robotics division. Capable of producing over 260 medical systems annually, Koh Young can contribute to the revolution in medical technology for the benefit of mankind and society. 

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