Singapore’s Beyonics expands campus in China
By Digital News Asia December 3, 2015
- 35,000 sq m campus has increased its employees by 20%
- Part of a plan to upgrade all its plants in Asia
SINGAPORE-based Beyonics Technology Ltd said it has opened its expanded high-technology ‘manufacturing campus’ in Changshu, Jiangsu province, China.
The expansion follows an investment of RMB50 million (US$7.8 million) in the Changshu campus, adding 24 plastic injection moulding lines and three printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) manufacturing lines.
With a footprint of over 35,000 sq meters, the expanded campus has increased its number of employees by 20%, the electronics manufacturing services provider said in a statement.
“The expansion of our campus in Changshu today is an important milestone in Beyonics’ development and a key part of our development strategy,” said chief executive officer Michael Ng.
“It represents a further step in our company’s transformation and showcases our production capacity and quality excellence,” he added.
The China expansion follows closely on the heels of Beyonics’ opening of its new state-of-the-art 288,000 sq ft manufacturing campus in Johor, Malaysia last month, part of its plan to upgrade all its plants in Asia.
The company said it would also complete a refurbishment of its Marsiling headquarters in Singapore sometime this month.
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