1. Cheaper components when buying entire packages and the ability to control key prices for the most important components
Buying component packages from a subcontractor (EMS) is cheaper than purchasing separate components individually from several suppliers. At the same time, the customer can control the prices of individual elements, particularly the key ones. The customer can negotiate project prices directly with the manufacturer and permit the EMS company to buy from a given source at an agreed price.
2. It’s cheaper for the purchaser to assemble components than for the customer to purchase the goods and assembly separately.
Order processing costs are calculated on preferential terms.
3. Lower operation costs
4. Component waste in the production process
Around 1-2% of components normally go to waste during the production process. When the purchase of components is included in the assembly package, the cost of waste has already been calculated in the price – when they’re bought separately, this waste becomes an additional cost.
5. Component surplus after the production process
Component surplus is minimised through the product life-cycle management and by purchasing elements in the smallest possible quantities.
Up to 90 days of additional financing: The purchase of components takes about 30 days, another 30 days are needed for the assembly, and the remaining 30 days is the average time that the surplus components are kept in storage..
7. Product warranty and full responsibility for the processes
8. Defective components
Our vast experience in quality control and its related processes, implemented before assembly, helps our customers to avoid the dangers and costs associated with the use of defective components.
9. More effective business model
10. Control over the delivery schedule and just-in-time manufacturing