Volburg Ltd. Introduces The Use Of FMEA In Their Services

The EMS company is now using the risk analysis tool to deliver high-quality production management results for their clients, reports volburg.lv.

Salaspils, Latvia - December 6, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Volburg Ltd. is pleased to announce the introduction of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to their suite of electronic manufacturing services. The company is now using the risk analysis tool to ensure the delivery of high-quality production management results for their clients.

In essence, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is an approach used by the Volburg team to find the failure points inherent in the design of a product or process. This structured tool has been used in the industry for decades and has proven to be one of the most effective risk analysis and reliability improvement methods available. Rather than waiting until production is already in full swing, FMEA allows Volburg to identify problems early on, which in turn saves their production management clients both time and money.

In order to serve their clients well, Volberg Ltd. provides a full range of production solutions which include PCB and SMD assembly and soldering, box build services, system integration of manufactured assemblies and parts, and thorough testing and inspection to achieve and maintain exceptional product quality and client satisfaction. Qualified and experienced Volburg engineers are available for support every step of the way, allowing for adjustment and redesign whenever necessary.

From Volburg's inception, the company has always striven to provide their clients with the very best in electronic manufacturing services - from the first concept to the final inspection. Adopting FMEA as a risk analysis tool allows their team to stay committed to that goal. Volburg is confident their clients will appreciate all the ways it streamlines their experience and allows them to get the highest return on their investment.

Visit volburg.lv to learn more about Volburg Ltd. and how their team is using FMEA to eliminate weaknesses and deliver exceptional production management services.

About Volburg Ltd.:

Volburg Ltd. is an Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) Company, specializing in manufacturing of electronic assemblies (PCBA) and modules since its establishment in 1996.

The company's focus is manufacturing of PCBAs as well as system integrated solutions including mechatronics, cable-harnessing, software uploading and testing. Their team has solid experience with a number of industries, however their main specialty lies in industrial, automotive and energy saving areas. Volburg has a long track record in industrial electronics sector with experience converting complex client requests into viable high-tech solutions. The company is able to provide additional facilities, expertise, and value-added services, offering more competitive and comprehensive solutions to fulfill the needs of clients.

Contact Info:
Name: Olga Malkiela
Email: Send Email
Organization: Volburg Ltd.
Address: 2 Meza Street, Salaspils, LV-2169, Latvia
Phone: +371 675 197 80
Website: http://www.volburg.lv/

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