Syntronic expands repair services internationally

Syntronic has reached a significant milestone in the aftermarket segment. The company’s repair center in Jakarta, Indonesia, is now processing its first overseas volume.

“This is an exciting time for us,” says Stefan Sundin, President Director of PT Syntronic Indonesia. “We already had the capacity and competence to handle large global repair volumes. When our request for a bonded zone license was granted by the authorities recently, it became administratively and logistically possible for us to go global. Now, that possibility has become our reality,” he adds.

Large-scale order

The first global repair volume entrusted to Syntronic comes from a world-leading telecommunications firm with offices in multiple locations. Syntronic’s team in Jakarta has already begun the repair process.

“Our team is certified and has the high-level repair expertise that is required for this type of advanced telecommunications products. We also possess the state-of-the-art equipment that the products require. Combined, those two factors enable us to meet our partners’ needs and request,” says Stefan Sundin.

Greater convenience

Earlier this year, Syntronic announced that its bonded zone license associated with more favourable trade arrangements had been approved by the Indonesian authorities. Syntronic applied for the license since the company had noted a high demand for its high-level repair services from customers on the international scene.

With the new procedures in place, Syntronic’s partners can benefit from faster and more convenient service. The bonded zone license has increased the speed and efficiency of the customs procedures significantly. In practice, that means that Syntronic can ensure short delivery times, in combination with low costs and high quality, to aftermarket partners regardless of where in the world they are located.

High quality at a low cost

“We know that our partners value speed, cost effectiveness, and quality. Our strength is that we offer high quality at a low cost, which makes us a unique player in the field of repair and testing services for advanced telecommunication- and electronic products,” Stefan Sundin explains.

Since the news of the favourable bonded zone license was released, Syntronic has noticed an increased interest in its repair centre services – especially from partners located in Asia and the Middle East. Syntronic has also started to receive additional requests for quotation (RFQs) in the aftermarket segment from partners worldwide.

 

Syntronic is a leading design house specializing in advanced product and systems development, production, and aftermarket services. Among our customers and partners are some of the world’s most technology intensive businesses and organizations in sectors such as telecom, automotive, defence, industrial and medtech.

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