WPS has today announced that it is to integrate its core activities using SAP Business One, in a move that will enhance efficiency as well as turnaround time for clients as the company continues to grow past the £10 million milestone it surpassed early in 2012.
Wilson Process Systems has been named 'EMS Company of the Year' at the prestigious Elektra Awards. An annual celebration of the European electronics industry, the Elektra 2010 European Electronics Industry Awards recognize the achievements of individuals and companies and rewards excellence in a number of categories.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS) is responding to changing customer requirements by strengthening its electro-mechanical assembly capabilities. The company - best known for high quality PCB assembly - has now restructured and formalised its complete system solution services, enabling it to ship fully finished products ready for use or sale, direct to end-customer sites.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, has seen a significant increase in business coming from emerging markets such as smart metering and alternative energy. This has offset a slow down in other sectors and helped the company maintain its 10 year growth pattern.
Wilson Process Systems has recently appointed Nigel Starkey as Purchasing Manager. Starkey's first task has been to restructure the internal purchasing team and implement systems to manage the supply chain network to ensure that despite the challenging market conditions which have led to some component lead times moving out, WPS will always seek to have sufficient inventory to fulfil its customers' requirements for assembled PCBs on time.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, has recently installed new environmental testing equipment to support the needs of a client operating in the challenging Transport industry.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, is continuing its investment program to meet the needs of its customers as they ramp up, now that the economic climate is improving.
Wilson Process Systems is increasingly relying on automated optical inspection methods to reduce defects and improve yield with the ever-more complex PCB assembly work the company is undertaking.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, will position itself as the high volume, accurate and flexible EMS provider for customers with large array LED boards targeting signage and lighting applications.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading Contract Manufacturer, has added a new video to its website (www.wps.co.uk), which demonstrates its key in-house assembly processes. Covering all stages, including solder paste printing, surface mount assembly, LED/radial assembly, axial assembly, flow soldering, PCB washing, conformal coating and resin encapsulation, the video gives a clear impression of the company's capabilities without resorting to unnecessary backing music or distracting camera angles. Rather like the company itself, the video adopts a straightforward approach, and has been well received by customers.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, is seeing an increase in the use of resin encapsulation as a quick, simple and cost-effective method of protecting against shock, vibration, moisture ingress and intellectual property theft. The company has also developed a low cost production method of permanently incorporating company or product names into the finished encapsulated product without resorting to expensive moulds.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, is exhibiting its full surface mount and through hole PCB assembly capabilities, plus a range of other outsource manufacturing services at the upcoming Southern Manufacturing exhibition, on February 10 and 11 at FIVE, Farnborough, Hants.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, is responding to customer requirements for greater levels of environmental protection for systems that are increasingly being used outdoors. The automotive market has had to protect electronics systems for years using conformal coating and resin encapsulation, and other markets such as the industrial and military sectors also require protection.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS), the leading contract manufacturer, has recently won a contract to deliver 1000 PCBAs to RDP Health Ltd, one of the UK's foremost manufacturers of medical computing products designed to operate in busy hospital environments.
Wilson Process Systems (WPS) has recently concluded a new round of investment which has seen the company expand its manufacturing capabilities and add a second manufacturing location. The moves are aimed at continuing the Hastings-based company's impressive growth, which has seen WPS more than double its turnover to £10M in the last eight years.