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Taiwan Business Report 2018

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Discovery Reports

Electronic parts maker TMEC switches focus to automotive, industrial and medical sectors

  • The 39-year-old company leaves no room for compromise on quality and delivery
PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 20 November, 2018, 1:04pm
UPDATED : Tuesday, 20 November, 2018, 1:03pm

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When Taiwan Misaki Electronics (TMEC) started prioritising its production of switches, jacks and electronic components for the automotive, medical, industrial and military sectors, the decision showed a significant effect on its cost-effectiveness and efficiency. The move by the 39-year-old company demonstrated a clearer focus on its production processes and allowed it to use its resources on advanced technologies, leaving no room for any compromise on quality and delivery.

With the increase in production efficiency, we are also able to meet the customers’ requirement for customisation, even in small orders and with short lead times
Dennis Hung, general manager

“With the increase in production efficiency, we are also able to meet the customers’ requirement for customisation, even in small orders and with short lead times,” says Dennis Hung, general manager.

As it pays attention on strengthening its overall profitability in the non-consumer electronic components market, the Taoyuan-headquartered manufacturer also gives sufficient focus on meeting the growing demand for smaller sizes of electronic components. TMEC is also ready to adapt to ever-changing market trends, thanks to its research and development specialists.

Supported by its facilities in Shanghai and Huizhou and its trusted partner distributors and agents across the globe, the switch and jack producer is able to cater to customers mainly in Europe, the United States and China.

“We are consistently searching for the right partners in sales and distribution,” Hung says. “Aside from that, we are also open to collaborating with potential investors, may it be in the form of joint ventures or acquisitions.” While eyeing strategic alignment with potential investors, TMEC also welcomes the continued growth of the electronics industry, which is expected to reach US$3 trillion globally by 2020.

Equipped to meet the increasing demand for quality and reliable electronic components, TMEC builds on its expertise, which is rooted in almost four decades of serving customers with products of the highest quality.

“We are honest and we are capable. Our future partners can rely on these fundamentals that we are known for,” Hung says.

www.t-mec.com.tw