Kaifa Receives 2015 National Quality Trustworthy Team Award

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China-based EMS firm Shenzhen Kaifa Technology Co. Ltd's Solid State Storage Business Unit (SSBU) and Surface Mount Advanced Engineering (SMT) team have been honored with the "2015 National Quality Trustworthy Team" award by the China Field Management Star-rating Assessment and Quality Trustworthy Team. Kaifa's SSBU and SMT Team were selected among the 900 teams assessed.

Kaifa's SSBU and SMT team constantly pursue excellent quality and customer service. For instance, the SMT team requires the employees to handle full-line equipment operation, while technicians need to be professionally trained. To ensure outstanding operation and product quality, Kaifa offers its employees training. The team has also optimized its workforce, reducing its number of operators per line from 2 people to 1.5 in 2014, in line with the company's "SMT human optimization" improvement project.



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