Our contract manufacturing services include surface-mount technology - SMT, through-hole technology THT, final assembly and box build as well as volume production.[ READ MORE ]
We apply material management throughout the product’s life cycle: from solution design, through optimization in cost reduction designs. We also ensure obsolescence management and material availability management.[ READ MORE ]
Independent teams of engineers are involved in the product life cycle management: from design to manufacture and assembly stage, through alternative materials, and last - time management to product End-of-life.[ READ MORE ]
We have a vast experience in carrying out electrical, optical, burning, spurs and distortion, and environmental stress tests. At customer request, we can design any test environment to examine whether the product works as expected.[ READ MORE ]
Experience in mechanics, electronics and software design - we have it all. We use the freshest design tools and methodologies in our design process to maintain the quality of our design services on the highest level.[ READ MORE ]
Our prototyping capabilities include: Printed Circuit Board Assemblies (PCBA), 3D Printing, mechanical rapid prototyping, assembly and tests.[ READ MORE ]
In our New Product Introduction process we rely, among others, on DFMA - Design for Manufacturing and Assembly methodology, FMEA - Failure Mode Effect Analysis and DFT - Design for Testability Analysis.[ READ MORE ]
We offer worldwide certification, qualification & regulatory services. We can carry out in-house preliminary tests and external tests, and the approval in worldwide recognized laboratories.[ READ MORE ]
VECTOR BLUE HUB is an electronic manufacturing services (EMS) company with expertise in hardware and software design. We operate globally, no matter the industry. What matters is to serve you with the productization of concepts through prototyping, NPI to mass manufacturing based on reliable processes, and transparent communication.
The know-how we gathered over the years in leading large scale and complex projects, helps us adjust our electronic design and manufacturing services to your business challenges. Our tech- and process-savvy team has extensive competencies in product design, rapid prototyping, contract manufacturing, sourcing and supply chain management. The close distance between our manufacturing facility and development department ensures the highest level of agility in our everyday work.
Even more significantly, we are a part of the VECTOR Group — a privately owned company that values responsibility, top quality, good business relations, and out-of-the-box thinking. For over 30 years, VECTOR has been delivering advanced electronic devices and systems to top players in the telecommunication market. With all the technology experience we have accumulated, we apply our knowledge to bring your products to life.
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Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) companies need to make smart decisions that bring real value to the customer, whether in product design, prototyping, or contract manufacturing. With operational excellence, they can achieve the highest levels of agility by doing things better, faster, and more flexibly. However, operational excellence is often a misunderstood aspect of the electronics industry, which is why we decided to take a closer look at the top five myths about operational excellence in the EMS industry.
The telco electronics sector is one of the most dynamically growing industries to have made major investments in broadband and internet services in recent years. The need for high capacity has been increasing steadily for years and the COVID-19 epidemic has accelerated global digitization. It is estimated that humankind “leapfrogged” some ten years forward over the past six months.
Product development spending can be a major item in many company budgets. Global manufacturers of electronic devices often have the means to initiate many projects and run them simultaneously, to eventually continue only those that have prospects to do well in the market. Can such an approach continue? Can we still afford such nonchalance as regards our product development in the wake of the coming crisis? Time will tell. It’s like with contracting electronics manufacturing services. The number of decisions and factors that impact not only the manufacturing cost but also the product’s after-sales service is so big that it requires a lot of imagination and pragmatism. What decisions should you take so that they do not become an expense, but bring real value to the company?