PARPRO's Invests on Equipment Upgrades to Expand Capacity and Shorten Lead Times
FREMONT, CA: PARPRO Corporation, a leading full service Design & Manufacturing Company specializing in Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) solutions recently announced some significant new capital equipment investments. As part of the efforts to continuously improve the preeminent levels of quality that consumers have come to expect from the brand, PARPRO is making prominent investments towards new equipment to aid escalating volumes.
In PARPRO Nevada, they added a new 4K Watt Laser along with a 2 new Press Brakes that improve speed, and flexibility. Moreover, PARPRO Mexico added a bleeding edge, F1 laser, another punch/laser combination plus 2 new press brakes that will facilitate swifter set-ups and faster production turnaround.
Reducing lead times is one of the most important ways to improve competitive edge and PARPRO’s growing stature meant investment was required to sustain and better levels of operation. "Lead-time reduction and Just-In-Time delivery are two specific areas that are critically important to our customers," says Thomas Sparrvik, CEO, PARPRO. "Equipment investments like these ensure that PARPRO is better positioned to satisfy their customers with faster delivery of the finest quality."
Additional new equipment is scheduled for 2016 and aims to support the on-going growth of business. These investments will allow the firm to provide more diverse and flexible manufacturing services, while satisfying high-performance product demands for varied vertical markets. Fostering close relationships with silicon vendors, the firm provides early access to samples and is able to release a product in parallel with the vendor release. Their technology partners include Intel, EZChip, Cavium, Mellanox Technologies, nCore HPC, and Northforge Innovations amongst many more.
PARPRO is a leading design solutions and manufacturing company with an emphasis on ODM solutions. They offer comprehensive engineering-rich hardware systems with low-to-high volume manufacturing and integration/test capabilities, and deliver simple to complex solutions. They serve customers in the aerospace, gaming, telecommunications and industrial markets providing time savings and cost optimization by minimizing margin stacks throughout the value chain.
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