Our aim is simple. We want to support our customers by minimising pain and removing the complexities associated with electronics manufacturing, giving them more time to focus on the core activities that bring value, innovation and help them sell better products.
When it comes to electronics manufacturing outsourcing, it’s critical for an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to have confidence in their assembly partner.
By outsourcing the procurement, assembly and test to the Contract Electronics Manufacturer (CEM), an OEM relinquishes control over their day-to-day manufacturing operations.
They need to be fully confident that when it comes to making production changes, their trusted provider can respond with the same precision and dexterity as they would.
As an experienced CEM and outsource partner, JJS Manufacturing is able to demonstrate knowledge, capabilities, skills, processes, controls and agility in managing our customers' business to a level such that they feel wholly comfortable in relinquishing this control to us.
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Very much the ‘electronics centre of excellence’, our UK facility has a proven track record of delivering prototype and pre-production units, through to demand-driven logistics and medium volume electronics manufacturing.
Our Czech facilities offer Central European material sourcing and are where the majority of our clients’ complex electro-mechanical assemblies are built and tested. With a highly agile workforce, we are able to respond flexibly to customer demand and deliver tested products direct to the end user, wherever they are in the world.
Bedford acts as our electronics and electrical materials ‘hub’, providing our manufacturing facilities with the right parts, in the right format, at the right time.
Lutterworth, UK 40,000 sq.ft.
Chomutov, Czech Republic 96,000 sq.ft.
Bedford, UK 20,000 sq.ft.
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