What is Enics?
Enics is an electronics manufacturing services provider focusing on industrial electronics. We serve world leading blue chip companies in the fields of energy, industrial automation, transportation, building automation and instrumentation. Enics helps its customers optimize their value chains and improve their competitiveness through increased productivity and product reliability as well as decreased time-to-money and total cost of ownership. We provide end-to-end EMS services ranging from engineering, full-scale manufacturing and after sales services to sourcing & supply chain management. Our world-class offering includes fast prototyping, new product introduction, cost reduction services, test system development, printed circuit board assembly, box build, system assembly, as well as repair and maintenance.
Where does Enics operate in?
Enics is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Company has 8 plants in Beijing and Suzhou (China), Elva (Estonia), Lohja & Raahe (Finland), Västerås (Sweden), Nova Dubnica (Slovakia), Turgi (Switzerland). In addition to this Enics has Sourcing Office in Hong Kong.
What is the net sales of the company?
In 2018 our net sales was 543 MEUR.
How many people Enics employs?
Enics employs around 3700 people in its multiple plants within Enics network.
What is Enics vision and mission?
Vision: We deliver the best customer experience and uncompromized reliability in industrial electronics.
Mission: We drive the sustainable success of our customers.
What are the company values?
We actively seek better understanding of customers’ business and their needs. We understand the urgency to fulfill customer requirements. We work continuously for building long term partnerships.
We are always ready to challenge ourselves, in order to learn, renew and improve. We value creativity, new ideas and adaptability.
People are the heart of our daily operations. People are the one making difference – Either success or failure. Even though we are operating in tough, industrial business world, the relationships are always people to people, people with people.
Producing quality improves the financial performance and builds the trust of our customer. This is a true benefit, a true value for our customers and key enabler for our success.
We believe in listening, open dialogue and constructive feedback, based on respect for other people and different cultures. We create a culture of openness and trust.
We conduct our business based on mutual trust, reliability, transparency and accountability for our actions. We support each other to take and manage broader responsibilities. We act with integrity and in compliance with law.
How old is Enics?
Enics was founded in 2004 in Baden Switzerland. But the roots of the company go way back, even more than 50 years.
Who is the CEO and who are the other members of Management Team?
Ms. Elke Eckstein is the President and CEO of Enics Group.
Other management Team members are:
Mr. Petri Suikkanen, Senior Vice President, CFO
Mr. Mikko Lassas, Vice President, Operations
Ms. Susanna Kohisevankoski, Vice President, Human Resources and Communications
Mr. Kristian Federley, Vice President, Engineering and Technology
Mr. Olli Valtonen, Vice President, CEO Office
Where is Enics headquartered?
Enics’ headquarters is located in Zurich, Switzerland.
Who are Enics customers?
Enics serves world leading blue chip companies in the fields of energy, industrial automation, transportation, building automation and instrumentation.
Is Enics a public company?
Enics is a private company. Company is owned by capital investor Ahlström Capital and the current management of Enics.
What is EMS?
EMS refers to a company that specializes in electronics manufacturing services and possesses limited design capabilities. EMS providers typically offer services to OEMs including printed circuit board assembly, box assembly, system integration, materials procurement, logistics, repair service, etc.
How do EMS companies add value to their customers?
Greater capacity utilization and leverage of shared resources
Relocating production to less expensive regions
Facilitating cost-efficient product redesigns
Controlling component supply through vertical integration
Greater economies of scale related to purchasing