Speedboard Assembly Services invests for the future
Speedboard Assembly Services, a leading Contract Electronics Manufacturer (CEM), is pleased to announce that following year-on-year growth, it is investing for the future by expanding its shop floor.
Speedboard has been located in the heart of Windsor for over 30 years and the extra 3,000 sq ft of space gives the facility a total of 25,000 sq ft, providing more capacity for Final Assembly work.
This extra capacity will provide real benefits for customers in terms of productivity and high levels of service. The extra space will allow the CEM to do more Final Assembly work on its shop floor, whilst providing a more ergonomic layout which will promote more efficient working.
Speedboard’s customer base has remained loyal across a range of industries, including Communications and Broadcast; Automotive; Industrial; Healthcare and Security, where its objective has been to build long term partnerships and where professionalism, flexibility and responsiveness are key.
Neil Owen, Speedboard’s Managing Director, comments: “We are delighted to make this investment in our factory. Our collaborative approach brings significant benefits to our customers, who experience increased speed, capacity and connectivity in their supply chain.”
Investing for the future, Speedboard expands its shop floor to 25,000 sq ft and gears up for taking on more Final Assembly projects.
About Speedboard Assembly Services
Established in 1983, Speedboard Assembly Services is a UK-based Contract Electronics Manufacturer (CEM), serving customers in a variety of sectors, including Industrial, Defence, Medical, Communications, Broadcast and Security. The company offers a broad range of electronic manufacturing services, ranging from traditional build-to-print through to full lifecycle; prototyping, full production, packaging, delivery to end customer, repairs and after sales support.
Speedboard has four SMT lines which, between them, comprise 12 Siemens SiPlace machines. The company also has a selective soldering line and a vapour-phase oven, thus enabling Speedboard to tackle increasingly complex PCBAs (such as double-sided, mixed technology boards) and boards with areas of widely varying thermal mass. Test capabilities include Automatic Optical Inspection (AOI), X-ray, BGA Scope, Boundary-scan, In-Circuit Test (ICT – both flying probe and bed-of-nails), Functional Test and Soak Testing. For more information, please visit: www.speedboard.co.uk