We produce no-clean, leaded, and RoHS compliant leaded-free products, utilizing our eight modern surface mount pick & place machines for SMT assembly (Universal Advantis 3 triple-beam, Universal Fuzion, Universal GSM dual-beam, Juki RX350, Zevatech)
Or, we can automatically feed, form and populate through-hole components to PCBs, and using our leaded or RoHS compliant lead-free automatic wave solder machines for best efficient through-hole assembly processes. A gem in the EMS industry, Span has all the required Universal axial, radial, and tubular dip automatic insertion machines that can most cost effectively produce through-hole assembly.
Or, we can manually form, populate and solder through-hole components to PCBs, and soldering process either by hand or by using our automatic wave solder machines, leaded or RoHS compliant lead-free.
Industry IPC-A-610 Rev C Class 2 or 3 standards will be used throughout manufacturing process.
All works are performed under ESD controlled environment per ANSI/ESD 20:20
Sourcing and Procurement
For example, sourcing would first be tasked with assessing purchasing needs, building sourcing plans, conducting market research, identifying and evaluating suppliers, and selecting the most suitable supplier or suppliers for the need. The procurement department would then be responsible for budgeting, ordering, verifying product details, communicating with suppliers, monitoring order activity, maintaining proper receipt methods and reconciliation, and sending all transactional information to accounting and payments. Procurement metrics might include things like cycle time, quality, and cost per purchase order.
Both sourcing and procurement maintain high levels of interaction with suppliers, but may use different tools to do so. Each generates its own actionable data that can be used to continually refine its process. Span sourcing team may use dedicated tools to help speed up the process of combing through purchasing activity, transaction history, supplier lists and performance, and spend analytics to identify both weak points and areas of hidden potential. They will be looking far deeper into each supplier’s history and risk potential than will procurement staff. Span sourcing & procurement team concerned primarily with acquiring the product that best meets a project’s needs of quality, time, quantity, and location—all at the best possible price. Span has long term partnership with many distributors and direct component OEM sources enabling the best solutions for any project needs.