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Enics

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Area served  Global
Headquarters  Zürich, Switzerland
Type of business  Private
Website  www.enics.com
Founded  2004
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Key people  Hannu Keinänen, President and CEO and Petri Suikkanen, Senior Vice President & CFO
Services  Electronics Services from Design Support to Contract Manufacturing to Outsourcing
Subsidiaries  Enics Eesti AS, PKC Electronics Oy, Enics Sweden AB, Enics Varkaus Oy
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Enics is an Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider that specializes in industrial electronics. Enics provides development, support, prototyping, industrialization, manufacturing, product care, spare part production, and repair and maintenance services for the entire life-cycle of its customers’ products.

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Enics is ranked number 24 on Manufacturing Market Insider's list of the top 50 EMS providers in the world. and is considered one of the largest EMS providers in Europe. Enics is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland and employs over 3000 people in 8 manufacturing plants in Europe and Asia (URL). Enics has been a member of the United Nations Global Compact since December 2011.

Enics partner day 2014 highlights


History

Enics was formed in 2004 as a result of a management buyout of Elcoteq's Industrial Electronics Division. The main owner of the company is Ahlström Capital. During that same year the company started a new production plant in Elva, located in Southern Estonia, where Enics is the largest employer.

In 2005 Enics acquired Altronix, a part of ABB Västerås’ operations, 2 Flextronics plants in Sweden, Enermet's Jyskä's operations in Finland, and assets from Elcoteq in China. In 2006 Enics’ Beijing facility was officially inaugurated, the 3rd extension in Enics Estonia was completed, and the takeover of activities from ABB Switzerland was finished. Enics acquired assets in Nova Dubnica, Slovakia in 2007. In February 2008 the company established the Enics Hong Kong Sourcing Office and one year later, in February 2009, it acquired the Industrial Electronics Service Unit from Sweco, Finland. In November 2011 Enics signed an agreement for a new facility in Suzhou, China which began operations in May 2012.

Structure

Enics Management Team consists of Hannu Keinänen (President and CEO), Petri Suikkanen (Senior Vice President & CFO), Petri Helin (Senior Vice President, Senior Vice President Supply Chain) and Dirk Zimanky (Senior Vice President, Market Execution). Chairman of the Enics Board is Panu Routila. Other members of Enics’ Board of Directors are: Reijo Itkonen, Jan Inborr, Philippe Melin, and Rudolf Weber.

Services

Enics offers the following services: Engineering (electronics design support, NPI, fast prototyping, design for manufacturing, test system development), manufacturing (PCB assembly, box build and system assembly, low-volume production, RoHS services), life extension (component and product care, test system maintenance), after sales (spare parts production, electronics repair, preventive maintenance, recycling services), and supply chain (sourcing, optimize supply chain, delivery flexibility).

Operations/Locations

Enics has 8 production plants in:

  • China (Beijing and Suzhou)
  • Estonia (Elva)
  • Finland (Lohja)
  • Slovakia (Nova Dubnica)
  • Sweden (Malmö and Västerås)
  • Switzerland (Turgi)
  • Awards

    Enics’ subsidiary, Enics Eesti, AS, received an award level in the Estonian Sustainable Business Index in 2007 and 2009.

    The Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia recognized Enics Eesti as the most education friendly organization of the year in 2014

    References

    Enics Wikipedia


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