Spartronics’ new Vietnam electronic contract manufacturing facility will open its doors this fall in Binh Duong City, Vietnam. 

With much excitement, Spartronics announce that the new facility in Vietnam will be opening its doors for production this December! Spartronics will continue to offer quality electronics manufacturing services in this new state-of-the-art facility. This new facility offers 270,000 sq. ft. of space dedicated to manufacturing for commercial aerospace, medical, life science and industrial applications offering new and existing customers the space to expand. This is a significant increase from the current 60,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility. Spartronics is taking the initiative on a clean energy and sustainability framework, beginning with establishing the new Spartronics Vietnam as a LEED Gold Certified building (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) with a healthy, efficient, carbon and cost-saving green buildings even boasting an impressive solar rooftop. Additionally, the facility is conveniently located near major air and seaports will help eliminate shipping delays that can impact the supply chain.

The facility has finally received the governance clearance necessary and has officially opened its doors to begin the move in process. In fact, half of the office staff has already moved into the building, while the other half, and operators, will follow their customers and move in accordingly.

The next phase of the move begins on the first week of November as Spartronics Vietnam will then move in their equipment. This portion will undergo strict review and preparation to ensure that each piece of technology is properly validated and calibrated once in the new facility. The team also has an extensive Operational Quality (OQ) and Performance Quality (PQ) process to revalidate equipment, processes, and production through our Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) program. The PPAP program ensures quality production of products, and a lean production process is performed. Calibration of all equipment is slated for completion by the third week of November. The facility is then set to begin production in December of this year.

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