Offshore Electronics Articles
Offshore Electronics signs PCB design & assembly agreement with Fireco
Offshore Electronics will provide design for manufacture support and PCB assembly services to Fireco, a supplier and manufacturer of fire door compliance devices and solutions.
Offshore Electronics expands PCB assembly capabilities
Offshore Electronics has added the Yamaha Z:LEX YSM20R modular pick and place machine (PNP) to the production floor at its manufacturing facility in Guernsey.
Series 8 – Episode 10 – The importance of testing and validation
Paige West talks with Sam Loveridge, Quality Director Designate and Jeff De La Mare, Production Director at Offshore Electronics about the importance of testing and validation for electronics manufacturing.
Offshore electronics drives sustainable production
Guernsey-based CEM Offshore Electronics has committed to sustainable PCB sourcing and manufacturing through its exclusive supplier agreement with NCAB Group.
Season 5 – Episode #3: How to respond to chipageddon
The last 18 months has laid bare the shortages currently affecting the global electronics industry. Leading to what some are calling ‘chipageddon’.
How do we deal with ‘chipageddon’?
Paul van der Tang, Purchasing Director at Offshore Electronics, has worked closely with customers throughout the last 18 months, a time which has laid bare the shortages currently affecting the global electronics industry. In this article, van der Tang analyses today’s market and offers five key points to manage the effects of what some are calling ‘chipageddon’.
Offshore Electronics signs PCB partnership with NCAB
Offshore Electronics has signed a sole source partnership with PCB supplier NCAB Group to secure its supply in the face of unprecedented industry pressure. The agreement consolidates Offshore Electronics’ PCB procurement for its electronic contract manufacturing facility in Guernsey. The business originally had four suppliers but will now work with NCAB exclusively.
CEM beats COVID-19 with remote ISO9001 audit
Contract electronics manufacturer, Offshore Electronics, has taken part in what is believed to be one of the first-ever ISO9001 Recertification Audits to be carried out remotely, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Opportunities beckon for agile manufacturing
Electronics manufacturers that have the ability to adapt to complex and challenging market conditions are most likely to benefit from a rising demand for electronic components such as sensors. Dave Cleal, Technical Director of Offshore Electronics explains the benefits of agile manufacturing.
Partnership creating an agile business model
Baldwin Boxall has built an agile business model, which enables it to compete globally with major brands in an extremely competitive marketplace.
How to address the challenge of long lead times
For original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), securing appropriate levels of inventory for long lead time components and sub-assemblies is a costly, time-consuming and perennial challenge. Increasingly OEMs are outsourcing, but choosing the right supply partner can make all the difference to companies looking to boost their competitiveness in a rapidly changing market. Paul van der Tang, Purchasing Director of Offshore Electronics explains.
Whitepaper helps manufacturers with make-or-buy decisions
Contract Electronics Manufacturer (CEM), Offshore Electronics, has published a new whitepaper entitled Standing at the Crossroads: Make or Buy? It offers guidance to small and medium sized businesses that are struggling to meet demand with their current electronics production capacity, to help them decide whether to expand manufacturing capabilities in-house or outsource production to a specialised CEM.
Reaping the benefits of contract manufacturing
Contract Electronics Manufacturer (CEM), Offshore Electronics, has published a new whitepaper offering guidance for small and medium sized businesses on how contract manufacturing can help save money and set new quality benchmarks, titled 'Reaping the benefits of Contract Manufacturing'.
Improving the design of motorised force testers
When Mecmesin started to experience supply and quality issues with the printed circuit boards (PCBs) used for the control panels on its motorised force testers in September 2015 it turned to Offshore Electronics for a more reliable alternative. What the leading testing instruments firm got was a lot more than it expected and it credits its partnership with Offshore with helping it to revolutionise the way in which it manufactures one of its best-...
Offshore Electronics helps Pet Tech meet demand for microchip scanner
When a change in legislation meant that it became a legal requirement for all dogs in England, Scotland and Wales to be microchipped and their details registered on one of the authorised databases from April 6 last year (2016), Pet Technology Store was suddenly “inundated” with orders for its Halo microchip scanner.