Value Added Sub-Assembly

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The benefits of Value Added Sub-Assembly are almost too numerous to list. However, the most commonly realized are as follows:

  • reduced or eliminated labor costs
  • reduced sourcing, receiving, and processing costs
  • reduced shipping and packaging costs
  • time savings
  • overhead containment
  • condensed part count
  • reduced defects
  • easier part replacement
  • environmental considerations of waste and carbon footprint

Sub-Assembly helps avoid costly production slowdowns by reducing the variables and empowers your line with an enhanced ability to respond quickly to changing delivery demands and requirements. Sub-assembly creates simplified fulfillment flexibility while decreasing operating costs and efforts.

Exothermic Value Added Sub-Assembly adds up to significant savings for the OEM. Download our white paper to learn more:  “Value Added Sub-Assembly in Manufacturing

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