Monday, October 11, 2010

FCI Microconnections inaugurates latest facility in Singapore

SINGAPORE: FCI Microconnections, a leader in flexible printed circuits for smart cards will officially inaugurate its latest plant in Changi, Singapore, on October 12, 2010.

With the Asia Pacific region being one of FCI’s most important in terms of growth, consisting of 14 different locations spread out over seven countries, FCI’s presence in the area has been further strengthened by the opening of its latest plant in Singapore.

This plant, strategically located in Changi area, consists of state-of-the-art R&D and manufacturing capabilities. The plant, spread out over about 18,000sqm of space, employs more 330 personnel.

“We are very pleased with today’s grand opening of our latest facility in Changi, Singapore. This event marks another break through for FCI in building a world class manufacturing organisation”, says Christophe Duverne, corporate VP and GM, FCI Microconnections division.”We are very thankful to our key partners whose presence today is a testimony of their trust in our continued leadership.”

“We are delighted with FCI’s decision to expand its Microconnections manufacturing and R&D operations in Singapore. FCI Microconnections has also been a catalyst in the upgrading of Singapore’s supplier capabilities, and a technology innovator in product and solutions development”, says Dr Beh Swan Gin, MD, Singapore Economic Development Board.

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