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You Can Have it ALL - ALL Circuits Exhibit at Electronica 2018

Oct 05, 2018

France's largest EMS company, ALL Circuits, is delighted to be participating in Electronica 2018, taking place in Munich, Germany, from November 13th to 16th. We will be sharing our vision for a better EMS world, where you can have it all on stand number 240 in hall A1.

In 2012, AIAC acquired SAGEMCOM’s EMS division and ALL Circuits was born in the plant in Meung-sur-Loire inaugurated by Valeo twenty years earlier. In those two decades, the plant had been acquired by Jabil (in 2002), and sold to AIAC (in 2009) and renamed MSL Circuits.

Since then, ALL Circuits has added BMS Circuits in Bayonne, TIS Circuits in Tunisia, and more recently AC Electronics in Angers and GDL Circuits in Guadalajara, Mexico. In 2015, ALL Circuits was acquired by IEE, strengthening both its automotive pedigree and market offering.

ALL Circuits is a family of over 2,000 staff with more than 25 years’ experience in the automotive sector, where the demand for reliability and traceability is absolute. That focus on compliance, quality and qualification has aided our growth into other sectors like Transportation, Medical, Communications, IoT, Energy and Industrial. Our background in automotive electronics has set a high bar for manufacturing compliance, quality and reliability and we apply that high standard regardless of the end market.

ALL Circuits is proud to have become the largest EMS in France, a top ten European EMS, and top 50 worldwide*, with more than 25 SMT lines, in 50,000 square meters of manufacturing space, serving blue chip customers all around the world.

We believe that new innovations have the best chance of reaching customers when design, manufacturing and supply chain is not undertaken in silos. AC Electronics is our launch pad for innovation, and by using an integrated design and manufacturing team, we’re able to ensure what we launch will fly.

We also recognize that innovative products sometimes need innovative processes and that digital transformation affects us as much as it affects our customers and their markets. Our Industry 4.0 initiatives are driving us to become one of the smartest manufacturers on the planet, with the agility that comes from having a digital overview of our entire manufacturing ecosystem.

Once we have the product and the process compliant and efficient, we can manufacture and fulfil for our blue-chip brands and innovative startups anywhere in the world, thanks to our manufacturing sites in France, Tunisia and Mexico.

We don’t think that there’s anything wrong with our customers wanting it all. In fact, we are focused on ensuring that we deliver sustainable quality, reliability, innovation and value to every one of them.

Why compromise when you can have it ALL, visit us at electronica on stand 240 in hall A1.

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