NEO Tech, a provider of manufacturing technology and supply chain solutions for brand name OEMs in the industrial, medical and military, and aerospace markets, announced it continues to invest in infrastructure, equipment, processes, and personnel at its Otay Mesa manufacturing site in Tijuana. 

The additional investments add enhanced capabilities and additional capacity needed to support the continued demand for NEO Tech's manufacturing and engineering services within new programs and new customers at Otay Mesa.

NEO Tech Otay Mesa has added multiple new high speed surface mount pick and place machines to provide incremental printed circuit card SMT capacity. In addition, new state of the art solder paste printers, reflow ovens, specialty process and test equipment, and advanced manufacturing technologies are being installed. Other investments are being made and these investments continue to support the growing demand for faster time to market requirements and high quality production output within the high reliability markets NEO Tech serves.

“NEO Tech's recent investments in the latest electronics assembly and test equipment has improved our capabilities and capacity to enable our successful launch of several new Industrial and Medical market projects that are heading our way,” said Rene Paredes, Otay Mesa site general manager.

NEO Tech has two Nearshore facilities in Mexico and has deep experience helping OEMs evaluate options, architect and implement their Nearshore manufacturing solution that best fits their needs.

"We are seeing the growth in the Nearshoring trend with expanded opportunities at both our Otay Mesa and Agave locations in Mexico," said David Brakenwagen, NEO Tech Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. "Our technology investments and expansion of capacity enable us to meet the growing customer needs."

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