From NPI to global expansion – we'll help you take your product from a unit of one, to one of many. We build high-mix products from the lowest volumes to full-scale manufacturing.
New is what we do – decades of experience in design for manufacturing (DfM), automation (DfA) and more (DfX) means we understand what it takes to transform your idea into a product that can be scaled around the world.
We successfully navigate the complexities of new product introduction to launch thousands of new products every year, so you’ll feel as confident launching your first product as you would your 100th.
We can help you leverage new manufacturing technology to automate your production and start reaping the benefits – like lower costs, less downtime and better productivity. We call this modern manufacturing. From printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) to full product assembly, we’ve got you covered across industries and geographies.
Plus, our rigorous quality controls and Lean manufacturing principles make sure your product can be manufactured at the right cost without compromising on quality.
Bold new ideas and technologies are advancing what’s possible – let's make yours a reality.
Industry 4.0 brings connectivity and digital computing to traditional manufacturing. Our full-stack smart automation and robotics provide customized lines and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications to lower downtime. So your productivity levels and product quality improve, while your costs go down.
Why? Because our sustainable business practices help protect our communities, our customers and our business for the future. Which means we can keep leading the way together for a long time to come.
Manufacturability, cost, reliability, testing and more – we'll offer design guidance to make sure your product can be built cost-effectively and at scale. And we’ll help perform product validation, test development and value analysis/value engineering.
Efficient manufacturing operations relies on IOT to keep goods flowing. How does Flex protect assets that have tiny sensors?