Spartronics starts construction of new factory in Vietnam

Spartronics LLC, a provider of contract manufacturing and design services, has begun the construction of a new factory in the southern province of Binh Duong.
spartronics starts construction of new factory in vietnam
The ground-breaking ceremony

The company is a manufacturer of complex electronic and electromechanical devices for commercial aerospace, defence, space, instrumentation and control, life sciences, and medical device applications.

Located in the vicinity of Ho Chi Minh City, the new factory is expected to officially go into operation in March 2022. The 27,000-square-metre factory will be equipped with a rooftop solar power system, four times larger than the current factory of the company and located near major airports and seaports.

This new factory will enhance its advanced electronics manufacturing and machining capabilities.

The entire value chain is to be placed in Vietnam, including the provision of engineering services, sample production, manufacturing, supply chain management, and after-sales services.

“Vietnam takes an important position in our company,” said Paul Fraipont, chairman cum general director of Spartronics LLC and explained that Vietnam is not only a fast-developing country in the region but also a key position in the development strategy of the group.

“The new factory proves our commitment to long-term investment in Vietnam, meeting customers’ high expectations for product and service quality, as well as contributing to our growth,” said Paul Fraipont.

Spartronics Vietnam is invested by the US-based Spartronics LLC. The first Spartronics Vietnam factory was built in 2005 in Binh Duong.

According to PGTech, a distributor for Spartronics Vietnam factory, some of the group’s customers are aiming to expand production in Asia and this is the reason why Spartronics LLC boosts investment and production in Vietnam.

By Van Mai

Nguồn: Vietnam Investment Review

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