Beyonics, in conjunction with iPark @ Indahpura, hosted a ceremony at the new site.
Contract manufacturing services provider Beyonics Technology Limited announced yesterday that it has invested RM33.8 million (S$13 million) to establish a manufacturing facility in Johor, Malaysia.
This new facility will become a flagship in Beyonics' network of facilities across Asia, and will also be Beyonics' first site in Malaysia integrating electronics manufacturing with aluminum die-casting and precision machining in one single location, said the company in a media statement.
It will be fully operational by the end of 2015 and will replace two old existing Beyonics facilities at Senai and Tampoi in Johor by consolidating their operations, equipment and staff, it added.
In addition to providing customers with a single integrated facility, the relocation will allow for future expansion with the ability to develop additional adjacent space for future growth.
"Our investment in the new facility will provide a highly efficient platform from which to meet the current and future needs of our customers. The facility will further strengthen our ability to provide the highest quality engineering and manufacturing services, enabling us to better serve our customers in the Automotive, Industrial, Data & Telecommunications, and Medical sectors," said Michael Ng, CEO of Beyonics.
"The move will represent a significant milestone in Beyonics' future growth and will allow for better efficiency for our customers who will soon have the advantage of using a variety of services available in one of Malaysia's leading industrial parks," he added.
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