Everlight Opens Automotive Factory In Taiwan
New factory will achieve production capacity up to 200KK per month
LED company Everlight Electronics has opened a new factory in Taiwan dedicated to automotive products. The Miaoli Tongluo New Factory is the result of investments of more than $300 million.
Everlight started to expand its automotive activities in 2014. Today, the company owns a comprehensive portfolio of automotive products for interior/exterior vehicle applications.
All products are sulphur-resistant and passed the corrosive gases test for H2S, SO2, CL2 and NO2, etc, according to the company. Thus the caveats against LED products which failed the sulphur-resistance test, in terms of brightness, colour coordinates, voltage and function failure, etc, can be effectively reduced.
The factory combines human factor engineering and automation AOI that clearly divide warehousing and production. This concept takes care of the connection routes between upstairs and downstairs at the same time. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) was introduced to aid the MES (manufacturing execution system) in process control. All products will be engraved with as laser code before die bonding, for the convenience of tracking the in-process and post-process status of the product.
Everlight says that the design of the factory has allowed it to lessen manpower, effectively reduce the logistic processes, maximise the production efficiency, and achieve a production capacity up to 200KK per month while at the same time pursuing high quality.
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