2016 09 07  |  NEWS

Michal Kopcewicz, NCAB Group Poland, about the myths of Asian quality

Michal Kopcewicz, Managing Director of NCAB Group Poland is interview in Interview with Michal Kopcewicz about dispelling some myths about the PCB from Asia and a few important notes about trends on the Polish market.

About the myths of Asian quality..

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“ The variety of products imported from China and the large proportion of their poor quality also affects the image of quality PCBs and electronics. Of course you can get poor quality PCBs, but it depends on what you want to purchase and from whom. There are factories that do not care about the production process, do not have the ISO certificates in place, do not test the production process, do not care about the environment, etc. Therefore it is important that the buyers take responsibility and ask themselves - do you know what you're buying? Many companies boast about their own certificates, sustainable business and their focus of environmental issues, but do not check and follow-up the suppliers within these areas. As a result of the current economic situation in China, many factories try to survive by offering dumping prices, avoiding the costs associated with employee benefits and environmental protection. Unfortunately, this affects the total cost of the printed circuit boards in a negative way.

There are plenty of competent factories in China and NCAB Group China has 57 employees that constantly work with the factories we cooperate with to make sure the quality in all areas are as high as expected. We are business partners and respect each other and co-operate at the required level.
In summary - printed circuits produced in China are of good quality, unless you want to buy something cheaper and get what you pay for. But like everywhere you need to monitor the production to obtain good quality. “
 
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