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Automotive Electronics Manufacturing in the UK

Automotive Electronics Manufacturing The automotive electronics manufacturing industry is experiencing a massive shift in processes due to growing demand in electric cars and autonomous driving technology. As well as the pressures of miniaturisation. The industry is one that is already heavily regulated with stringent requirements, approvals and strict tolerances. Therefore, automotive electronics need to be…

National Apprenticeship Week – Celebrating Our Team

At FermionX, we have ambitious goals for the future of our training and internal upskilling programmes. As a family run business, it has always been at the heart of what we do. Furthermore, we’re proud to support local community incentives in offering apprenticeships and job opportunities to those local to our HQ in Worthing.  Therefore,…

Supply chain management during COVID-19

At FermionX, we like many other businesses in the UK, had to adapt quickly to the restrictions put in place to help combat the COVID-19 crisis. Strength in supply chain management during COVID-19 hasn’t been easy. We’ve worked hard to ensure business continuity and minimise component shortages, further supporting our customer production. We spoke to…

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Quality Control in Electronics Manufacturing

For industries with a high degree of regulatory oversight, reliability and attention to detail are paramount. Guarantee your peace of mind by bringing your manufacturing operations to a UK supplier with dedicated, experienced staff and a proven track record. In this article, we take a look at quality control in electronics and what it means…

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Obsolescence Management in the Electronics Industry

What does “obsolescence management” mean? There is a lot to consider when commissioning a contract electronic manufacturer (CEM) for your PCB assembly. Particularly if you’re working in a heavy regulated industry where the components used are restricted by governing bodies. It is important to understand what obsolescence means and how it can impact your production….

FermionX Ltd – BREXIT update

Important update for our FermionX, Airbox and Seward customers operating within the European Economic Area regarding BREXIT FermionX GmbH: As 1st January 2021 approaches, we want to assure all our valued customers within the European Economic Area (EEA) that we at FermionX Ltd have been making plans for several years to ensure that the transition…

Fermionx Ltd Business Update | A message from John Patrick

A message to our partners, colleagues and friends from Chairman of FermionX Ltd, John Patrick. Thank you We recognise this has been an extremely challenging year for everyone and it has impacted not just our work but family, friends, schools and our general sanity. Despite this, I couldn’t be more proud of what we have…

We’re investing in the service we offer – find out how here

FermionX Ltd has been providing contract electronic manufacturing services in the UK for over 30 years. We work across a broad industry base including oil and gas, medical, automotive, aerospace, industrial and audio customers. We have positioned ourselves in the small to medium volume space, providing electronic manufacturing solutions to customers that have high mix…

Supporting the UK electronics manufacturing industry

WE’RE PROUD TO PLAY OUR PART IN SUPPORTING THE UK ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY. HELPING IT TO RECOVER LOST GROUND AND PICK ITSELF BACK UP AGAIN. Thanks to the Sussex Chamber of Commerce for including us in the September edition of Business Edge magazine. Find out how Managing Director, Dan Crothers took things back to basics…

Can Design for Manufacture really cut costs?

Bringing new ideas to market rapidly is never easy, but the simpler the design process, the less chance that mistakes will cause costs to ramp up.  Let’s say you have a phenomenal new product idea and you know time to market is critical. The simpler you keep the design process, the less chance of mistakes…