NEO Tech: second plant in Juarez is now fully operational
California-based electronic manufacturing services (EMS) supplier NEO Tech today announced that its second Agave manufacturing site, located in Juarez, Chihuahua, is now fully operational.
The new building features an area of 190,000 square feet, which increases NEO Tech’s manufacturing capacity at this location to nearly 400,000 square feet, enabling the company to deliver expanded value-add manufacturing services such as complex box build & systems integration, direct fulfillment and repair and refurbishment services as well as engineering solutions such as failure analysis, DFM & DFT and functional test development.
The expansion comes as a result of NEO Tech’s business growth as well as increased demand for the company’s low- to mid-volume solution services in the industrial, medical and aerospace segments.
The company’s solution set includes complete product commercialization services that span initial product design through market commercialization. These include various manufacturing and aftermarket services that current and new customers have found attractive and continues to fuel an increase in demand for the NEO Tech nearshore solution in Mexico.
NEO Tech provides manufacturing technology and supply chain solutions for low-medium-volume/high-mix, high-complexity products primarily in the medical, aerospace & defense and industrial markets.
It offers full product lifecycle engineering services, manufacturing and testing of microelectronics, cable & harness interconnect products, PCBA, full box build services and aftermarket repair and fulfillment services.
NEO Tech combines the strengths of three leading contract manufacturers: NATEL, EPIC, and OnCore, known for solving tough engineering problems that result in high-reliability, high-quality electronic solutions for customers.
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