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Dynamic EMS: Adding Value with Low Volume Manufacturing Strategy

Dynamic EMS: Adding Value with Low Volume Manufacturing Strategy

Dynamic EMS is taking a different approach in responding to a shift in  development of outsourcing strategies in the UK. The electronics manufacturing service provider released information on how and why it will dedicate primary operations to customers with LV/HM complex assembly needs, creating a focal point on long-term relationships and optimizing its potential.

“By becoming our OEM partners ‘solutions architect’, we’ve been able to focus on delivering complete design, engineering, development, and distribution services to all main traditional and emerging market sectors including computing, communications, industrial, medical (ISO 13485 certified), IoT, security and storage etc.,” said John Dignan, Owner and Managing Director of Dynamic EMS . “From small hand-held devices to massive electromechanical products, Dynamic EMS provides every market niche with a total robust and transparent supply chain solution.”

Dynamic EMS takes pride in its approach in meeting the demand for customization. The company released details of its business model featuring specific benefits of operating with low volume manufacturing and how it directly impacts not only Dynamic’s customers, but the customer’s customer as well:

-Quality checks are easily monitored as each and every product is tested

-Low volume production enables rapid innovation, which initiates the need-for-speed

-Growth strategies are mapped out for both educated OEMs and developmental OEMs

-For developmental OEMs, we become their design engineer for DFM, DFT, and DFC

-For educated OEMs, we review their production forecast for next generation DFM engineering

By leveraging the in-house specialists for the OEMs closer to them, Dynamic EMS serves as a major provider to local customers with specific
LV/HM assembly needs in the UK.

“We enable our customers to grow by leveraging and merging design, development, and distribution capabilities and resources our partners can remain competitive within what’s thought to be a higher cost geography.  The UK’s history of manufacturing means we hold a unique set of skills, suited to low volume / high mix complex assembly, it’s what we were raised to do, and to a world leading quality standard,” Dignan concludes.


Infinite Electronics, Inc. Expands in Lewisville, Texas

Global electronic components supplier, Infinite Electronics Inc. announced the opening of its second Lewisville, Texas location this week. The ISO9001-certified, 160,000 square foot facility supports the company’s efforts in providing high demand products available for same-day shipping while adding the capability to fulfill more than 500 orders daily – spanning 750 to 1,000 product lines.

“By doubling our space, we are able to further our efforts to make Lewisville Infinite’s Center of Excellence for logistics and manufacturing in the Americas. Our production and logistics teams now have the space they need to be able to fulfill same-day production requirements for our growing family of brands, with room for continued growth to meet our customers’ urgent needs,” said Jim Dauw, Infinite’s Chief Operating Officer.

Infinite’s first facility was established in the region in October 2017, bringing support for product lines including NEMA enclosures, fiber optic cables, 1553 bus couplers, insertion tools, complex wire harnesses, and surge and lightning protectors.

A total of 130 employees serve a variety of functions between the two facilities from production, logistics and product management, to administration, accounting, sales and human resources to meet the demands of the company’s global engineering customer base.


Source: Infinite Electronics, Inc.