Sunshine PCB acquires printed circuit board manufacturer Vision Industries Malaysia
Sunshine Global Circuits is acquiring Vision Industries Sdn. Bhd, based in Penang, Malaysia. This acquisition is an important step in expanding Sunshine's manufacturing capabilities in Southeast Asia and will broaden Sunshine's microwave and high frequency PCB product offering.
Mark Zhang, president, and chairman of Sunshine, said, "With this acquisition, we combine the capabilities and product offerings of Sunshine and Vision to better serve our customers worldwide. This is an exciting step for our company, and we welcome Vision's employees to the Sunshine team."
Vision has been manufacturing printed circuit boards since 1989. The facility has 2,800 square meters of floor space, employs 75 people, and has a production capacity of 5,000 square meters per month. Capabilities include 2-12L multilayer, mixed dielectrics, mechanically drilled blind vias, non-conductive via fill, controlled impedance, and a variety of surface treatments. Vision offers a wide range of materials including Isola 370HR, 185HR, Astra MT77, Tachyon 100G, Rogers 3000/4000 series, RT/Duriod, Arlon AD, CLTE, CuClad series, Taconic/AGC RF-35, RF-60, TLC, TLE, TLX, TLY materials, Neltec N9000, NY9000 and NX9000 series. Vision's quality system is ISO 9001 certified.
Sunshine's CTO David Aldape takes over the position of General Manager at Vision. His role will be to implement a phased expansion of technology and manufacturing capabilities in Penang. Vision's existing senior staff will support him in the transition and integration. In addition to further automation of production and the implementation of rapid prototyping, the introduction of HDI PCB manufacturing at the Malaysian site is planned.