Syrma Technology, a leading Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) service provider based in San Jose and Chennai, today announced the launch of its latest and fifth manufacturing plant at Bawal, located in the Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor. Built with an investment commitment of US $10 million in 3 years down the line, this new plant is designed to fortify Syrma’s market position among high-demand electronic markets within India, including automotive, aerospace, defense, healthcare, and industrial.
The facility is built in an area of 26,000 sq ft and it has the capacity to assemble over 2,000 sq. meters of PCBs. It also has a 10,0000 SMT cleanroom that can expand up to 5 times its present capacity in the next 3 years. At its full capacity, the plant will create employment opportunities for over 1,000 people. Syrma, a part of Tandon Group, has been an export-oriented business unit for over a decade. Earlier this year, the company announced setting up this facility as part of its foray into the domestic market.
“With the launch of our new facility, Syrma will be positioned to gain a stronger foothold among domestic electronics manufacturing in India, for India,” said Dr. Sreeram Srinivasan, Syrma Technology CEO. “As more domestic tech-savvy customers crave world-class manufacturing locally, we’re excited about bringing our legacy of innovation and quality to more consumers in our home country.”
With the increasing adoption of electronics across the domains and products becoming intelligent day by day, India’s ESDM market is growing at a very healthy pace, which is estimated to reach the USD $230 billion by 2020.
For nearly four decades, Syrma and its parent organization, Tandon Group, have ranked among India’s most prestigious electronics exporters. In the last decade alone Syrma has successfully co-developed, manufactured, and shipped over 200,000,000 product units for more than 100 brand-name OEMs across the globe. Syrma’s primary industry expertise revolves around printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) and box builds, RFID, magnetics, memory, and leading-edge IoT applications, as well as electronics repair and rework services.
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