Repair and assembly to the fore at electronica

29th October 2018
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Repair and assembly to the fore at electronica

With repair and assembly sites located in Estonia, Finland and Russia, and an experienced team boasting more than two decades of specialising in designing, building and repairing a wide range of telecommunications and industrial automation products, TDR will once again present its innovative solutions at electronica in Munich (November 13-16).

“As the world leading trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications, electronica is an important exhibition for TDR. It is the perfect platform in which to highlight our services and present why it is essential to select an experienced after-sales partner,” explained Tuomo Rekila, CEO at TDR.

“Unfortunately, electronic assembly is not fault-free and reliable,” added Rekila. “It doesn’t matter how many procedures are put in place, or how much planning is undertaken, malfunction is inherently a reality in telecom and industrial manufacture. With this in mind, repair and assembly are an essential service to retain lean manufacturing. OEM’s and ODM’s need to focus on their core functions, not on after-sales services like repair and testing. New ideas are required to stay ahead of competition, this is why the leading players in the professional electronic industries are looking for and implementing after sales services which complement their offering and ensure a successful life-cycle for their products.”

After sales services has now been identified as a key driver for growth and profitability. Outsourcing the after sales services is now a standard procedure for many and one which is growing. Many companies do not have the expertise or facilities to provide an efficient and financially viable service.

TDR has assembling units and systems with both special and standard solutions. This allows the delivery of tailored electrical and mechanical assembly services and the use of an extensive partner network for the procurement of sub-assemblies and components.

Although telecoms is a core sector, the industrial area is a growing part of TDR, where they work on repairing, upgrading and assembling electronics units and industrial automation units.

Aside from this principal part of TDR, engineering services like reverse engineering, product comparisons and specification checks are also becoming a major part of the business.  

You must be logged in to comment

Write a comment

No comments

More from TDR (TeleDesign & Repair)

Sign up to view our publications

Sign up

Sign up to view our downloads

Sign up

AMPER 2019
19th March 2019
Czech Republic Brno Exhibition Centre
LOPEC 2019
19th March 2019
Germany Messe Munchen
RF & Microwave 2019
20th March 2019
France Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles
ADAS Sensors 2019
20th March 2019
United States of America Detroit, Michigan
Hannover Fair 2019
1st April 2019
Germany Hannover