Flextronics Opens Module Support Facility

Flextronics has dedicated one million square feet to create a clean tech supersite at its facility in Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), Malaysia. With a range of solar module production services already operational at PTP, Flextronics’ site development plans include increasing its capacity to support one gigawatt of solar module production over the next two years.

Flextronics has established customer relationships with many of the world’s leading clean tech OEMs, including Cree Lighting, Carmanah, Oerlikon, SolarEdge, and Enphase Energy. Malaysia is a burgeoning center for the production of solar products, with major competitive advantages for Flextronics, such as proximity to solar OEM operations, localized resources and excellent logistics solutions, the company said.

“Flextronics’ ability to offer the most robust line of solutions to OEMs across the quickly expanding cleantech sector is a powerful competitive advantage. Our focused strategic push into this space, a sector we have held a leadership position in for many years, is unique among global EMS providers, given our size, scale and world-class logistics services. We are completely focused on being the partner of choice for OEMs in the cleantech sector,” said EC Sykes, president of Flextronics Industrial.

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