Singapore's Beyonics to build new global Hq at home
By Digital News Asia August 5, 2016
- HQ is part of plan to upgrade all the company's Asian plants
- Campus will showcase integrated precision engineering solutions
SINGAPORE-headquartered Beyonics Pte Ltd has signed a definitive agreement with AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT (AA REIT) for a build-to-suit facility that, when completed, would enable the company to integrate all of its precision engineering service solutions in the Lion City in a single location.
With a footprint of over 230,000 sq ft, the new campus located on Marsiling Lane will serve as Beyonics' global headquarters employing approximately 600 personnel, the company said in a statement.
Processes undertaken at the facility will include mould making, plastics injection moulding, deep-drawn metal stamping, and medical & surgical devices assembly.
This campus integrates Beyonics' combined expertise across precision manufacturing and engineering in a modern and advanced facility, and will be designed to serve existing and new clients with particular emphasis in the high reliability segments of automotive and medical segments, according to newly-appointed Beyonics chief executive officer Scott D. Smith.
The new headquarters is part of Beyonics’ modernisation plan to upgrade all of its plants in Asia. In November 2015, it opened a new campus within iPark @ Indahpura, Kulaijaya in Johor (pic above), as well as an expanded high-technology manufacturing campus in Changshu, Jiangsu province, China in December 2015.
Beyonics is seeking Green Mark certification for the new facility from the Singapore Building and Construction Authority.
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