Developing the next big thing with aNexus’ disruptive innovations
Company determined to continue contributing to building technologies
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In today’s fast-paced world, it is no longer enough for a company to employ modern technologies to position itself ahead of the competition. With most businesses harnessing technology to advance their growth, constant innovation can make a crucial differentiating factor. Taking innovations a step further, aNexus has made it its mission to support companies in creating advanced disruptive technologies that help them redefine their industries.
From being a product distributor, aNexus has evolved into an end-to-end and turnkey technology solutions provider for the printed electronics, automation, cryogenic, magnetic, semiconductor, life sciences, and other industries. Some of its high-profile clients include Robert Bosch (SEA), Bayer MaterialScience (now Covestro) Singapore and Fabri-Tech Components.
“Our company is both young and mature. A young generation, with the ability to learn and willingness to accept changes, has helped position aNexus in enabling many companies to develop advanced devices,” says president Wilson Wong. “At the same time, we have the maturity to maintain lasting and trusting relationships with a reliable network of partners who help us make it happen for our clients.”
As a building block for new technologies, printed electronics is important for aNexus. The printed electronics industry has been steadily growing, and this holds true for aNexus as sales have been doubling every year. The company has been instrumental in raising the bar in this segment and has helped its partners, Fujifilm Dimatix and Coatema Coating Machinery, develop into industry leaders in the region.
With the uptake of Industry 4.0 or internet of things, aNexus also intensifies its focus on autonomous robotics to provide customised automation solutions. The company commits to continue its contribution in building technologies. It welcomes partnerships with start-up technology companies, or even mergers and acquisitions, that can add more value to its offerings.
“We will continue building new technology into large volume production in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, Hong Kong and India,” Wong says.