Flextronics International Ltd.'s factories are located in 30 countries on 5 continents and currently employ about 200,000 people. The group's main customers are: Microsoft, Dell, Nokia, Motorola, Siemens, Alcatel, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Ericsson, Fujitsu, etc. Recently, the world-renowned sports brand Nike (
(nike) has also officially become a Flextronics customer, entrusting Flextronics to manufacture some sports product parts. Provide a full range of services for the world's leading communications, computer, networking, medical and consumer electronics products. In 2003, the group's CEO, Michael Mack, was selected as the "CEO of the Year" by the global authoritative professional magazine "E-Commerce".
Flextronics is a world-class electronics manufacturing service provider (EMS) that provides innovative design and manufacturing services to automotive, industrial manufacturing, medical and technology companies.
Total fiscal year 2006 revenue was $ 15.3 billion. Flextronics, through its network of plant facilities in more than 30 countries on five continents, provides customers with the design, construction,
Transportation and maintenance services. This global scale provides customers with complete design, engineering, and core electronics manufacturing and logistics services. After vertically integrating components, it reduces customer costs and shortens time to market to optimize customer operations. Market-focused leadership management Flextronics achieves the goal of revenue growth, activates organizational reengineering, and divides the company into different business units oriented by market segments to create more value and innovation for our customers and enhance us Competitiveness and increase market share. This guide provides the economic scale of OEM customers' centralized core services, such as manufacturing, procurement, logistics and information technology, as well as customized, market-specific capabilities, including design, manufacturing, logistics considerations, and original design manufacturing (ODM) services. .
In addition, these market-specific services, while responding to the needs of OEM customers in different industries, vertically integrate our cost-effective component solutions and provide emphasis on the uniqueness of product design, manufacturing, and special logistics considerations. Through this market-focused leadership management strategy, Flextronics can better respond to market conditions in real time and make quick and flexible decisions. As a world-class EMS provider, Flextronics' comprehensive supply chain services worldwide can simplify the global product development process, helping our customers significantly reduce product development time and achieve cost reductions. Our vertical integration services provide customers with a complete set of design, manufacturing and logistics solutions that run through everything from initial design, mass production, testing, distribution to after-sales service and support. Through the integration of design, construction and transportation services, we help us provide complete finished products to end consumers of OEM customers. Flextronics has the industry's leading global design service capabilities. With more than 6,000 product design engineers, Flextronics can provide global design services, products and solutions to fully meet the needs of a variety of customers, including areas such as integrated circuit design, components and Software development, testing and engineering services. In order to serve the increasing outsourcing needs of multinational and regional OEM companies, Flextronics has now established a wide network of design, manufacturing and logistics facilities in major electronic markets around the world (Americas, Asia and Europe).