TUMKUR, INDIA – Incap recently celebrated the opening of a new 26,500 sq. m. factory in India – its third in the country.
The Tumkur factory specializes in manufacturing electronics and box-build products, and features machinery suitable for common component technologies. Together with its location and skilled personnel, the company is able to provide high-quality manufacturing services to meet the most demanding customer needs, Incap said.
"Looking ahead, the EMS industry holds a promising future," said President and CEO Otto Pukk. "Therefore, we maintain our dedication to investing actively in our operations and fostering their development. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to our exceptional team in India whose collective efforts have played a crucial part in establishing our new factory."
Incap India’s Managing Director Murthy Munipalli said the factory has been designed to be sustainable and to provide a modern work environment.
"Incap’s third factory in India has been carried out in line with sustainable building principles, paying special attention to efficient use of energy and water," he said.
The new factory was built to provide a comfortable working area with sufficient lighting and air ventilation, optimized space utilization and an easy emergency rescue route plan. Once installed, solar panels on the roof will provide renewable energy to the facility. In addition to environmentally friendly energy solutions, the factory also includes a new wastewater treatment facility. The new facility in the premises will help to purify the water and preserve scarce freshwater resources by using the treated wastewater for other purposes, such as flushing, gardening, and landscaping.