NEOTech Opens Training Center, Enhancing Employee Opportunities and Ensuring Continuous Improvement

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NEOTech, a leading provider of electronic manufacturing services (EMS), design engineering, and supply chain solutions in the industrial, medical, and mil/aero markets, announces the recent opening of its internal production training center for employees wishing to continue career development. This new training center, located at the Agave2 site in Juarez, Mexico, includes classroom instructors with audio/visual support technology and its own full SMT line of equipment to simulate the production floor environment.

NEOTech is well known in the industry for its commitment to provide high-quality and high-reliability electronic manufacturing services and maintains focus on continuous improvements for internal processes and employee development. With this new training center, NEOTech increases opportunities for manufacturing team members to acquire enhanced skillsets and further career development. The company is very excited about the training center’s grand opening being a highlight for customer tours, allowing them to showcase NEOTech’s investment in improving workers’ production skills, which in turn guarantees higher levels of quality for their customers product builds.

“By offering instructor lead training and hands-on simulated production work sessions, NEOTech gives each team member the opportunity to learn vital skills that help them grow in the company and helps NEOTech retain a good strong workforce,” commented Arturo Mendiola, NEOTech Vice President of Operations. “Our goal is to empower our people to take a proactive role in improving themselves, which increases their value-add to the organization and increases our value-add position to our customers. We are extremely proud to open our first training center at the Agave2 site, and we are excited for the benefits it brings our entire organization.”

NEOTech’s goal is to successfully convert customers’ product technology into engineered products, providing the most capable supply base, manufacturing products with care, and delivering them on time. The company is large enough to offer refined Tier 1 tools, processes, and capabilities, yet small enough to provide individualized care and service. NEOTech provides tailored project-by-project services that focus on each customer’s individual, unique needs. The result is a true collaboration in which the customer’s needs are met – or exceeded – in a timely, efficient, and cost-effective manner.


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