Jaltek Selects Aegis’ FactoryLogix IIoT-based Manufacturing Operations Platform


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Electronics manufacturing company Jaltek, have chosen Aegis Software’s digital Manufacturing Execution System (MES) platform FactoryLogix (FLx) to support all aspects of production at their facility in Luton.

With Aegis’ v7 MES software already an integral part of Jaltek’s manufacturing technology, FactoryLogix was the natural progression for the business to Industry 4.0. The upgrade to Jaltek’s digital factory aligned with enterprise supply-chain tools adds to material management and traceability.

FactoryLogix provides real time tracking of materials throughout the factory, along with full material traceability. Jaltek’s continued investment enhances agility and further supports demand for the highest quality of products and manufacturing resilience.

Steve Pittom, Managing Director, said 'Our business continues to grow, we are investing in our people, equipment and our digital factory, which further expands our manufacturing capacity. FactoryLogix gives access to real-time data and insights we need to make smarter, faster business decisions. The technology also enables us to accurately and securely source the required materials. In turn we can support our customers better from NPI to Production.’

Pittom continues ‘Our manufacturing philosophy is ‘right first time’. FactoryLogix helps with this allowing us to offer enhanced PCBA and box-build capability for customers.’

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