High-precision 8 SMT lines with Fuji NXT pick and place machines and 3 Kurtz Ersa selective soldering machines are used for precise component assembly. Orders are fulfilled by more than 650 specialists working under one roof. The manufacturing staff work in three shifts a day, operating automated equipment and completing manual tasks.
In addition to manual labour, we make significant investments in robotics and increase the value of human work. The robots include calibration, testing, box-building, packaging and others. It enables us to increase efficiency and remain competitive in time-to-market. Automated solutions can be tailored to your project as your capacities grow. Find our full manufacturing process description here.
We adapt a local-for-local strategy and strive to maximize the supply chain independence. As a first step, we have introduced plastic injection moulding lines, which are already in operation. PCB factory design work is currently underway, as other projects are planned. We aim to provide a full range of services on a single site and become a one-stop shop for our partners.
We hold ISO 9001, ISO 13485:2016, ISO14001, and ISO45001 certifications for our facilities. Each PCB and device is laser marked with a QR code to assure quality, enabling full manufacturing process traceability. LEAN manufacturing management practises are used in factories to continuously reduce waste and boost production.
We value long-term, agile partnerships. It is secured by transparent communication and dedicated employees. To ensure a smooth transition from NPI to mass production, we form a team of specialists in planning, sourcing, purchasing and engineering. Your main contact, the project manager, leads this team.
We continue to reduce our CO2 emissions while using exclusively green, renewable energy for production. To mitigate risks, we have two sourcing offices, in Europe and Asia, for negotiations and procurement. By conducting audits, we assess our suppliers and look for alternatives.
Our facility is located in Vilnius, the capital and expanding tech-hub of Lithuania. It is 10 minutes drive from Vilnius Airport and two hours flight time from European partners. The second floor of electronics production is one hour drive from Vilnius - in Molėtai. Take a look at the facility from a bird's eye view.