Flex, a Singapore-based electronics manufacturing firm, has opened Flex Chennai Industrial Park 3, its new manufacturing facility in Walajabad, Tamil Nadu, India.
According to the sketch-to-scale solutions provider, Flex Chennai Industrial Park 3 with 159,000 ft2 of space will further increase the company’s manufacturing operations in the country.
Commenting on the launch of the plant, Richard Hopkins – senior vice president of operations of Flex said: “We are thrilled to celebrate the inauguration of our latest manufacturing facility in India that offers one-stop solutions ranging from engineering, manufacturing, supply chain and logistics services to increase our customer’s competitiveness and decrease time to market.
“This further reiterates our continued commitment towards the Government of India’s ‘Make in India’ vision and entrenches India’s position as an important manufacturing base for Flex.
“Flex has been in India over the last 18 years and has the right building blocks to help our customers who wish to innovate, create, and gain access to markets both domestically and globally.”
With Flex Chennai Industrial Park 3, Flex has eleven facilities in India in total with over one million square feet of workspace across the country.
The facilities offer manufacturing, after-market services, and global business services.
US-based Flex offers innovative design, engineering, manufacturing, real-time supply chain insight, and logistics services to the companies across industries and markets. It employs around 200,000 people across 30 countries.