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Projects Concern Manufacturing is a contract electronics manufacturer based in Edenvale, Johannesburg, Gauteng, having exceptional manufacturing skills and capability. The company has 30 years’ experience in all electronic sectors.
Established in 1986, Projects Concern Manufacturing boasts a newly built 3600 square meter world class facility incorporating the most up to date manufacturing equipment. It has a staff complement of approximately 80 highly skilled employees.
What makes Projects Concern Manufacturing unique is its ability to be extremely flexible, multiple lines and disciplines that cover every manufacturing requirement.
Projects Concern Manufacturing is also ISO 9001:2015 certified with TUV, has in-house IPC-A- 610 instructor, building up to class 3 specification.
Projects Concern Manufacturing populates PCB’s, including PCB manufacturing, for all electronic sectors i.e. Defence, Aerospace, Mining, Security, Industrial, Commercial, Renewable Energy, Medical, Communications, Automotive and rail to name a few.
A match made in car alarm heaven
Since 1986, Sanji Security has been designing and manufacturing vehicle alarms and accessories for the South African market. When it recently scored a contract (three years in the making) with Isuzu, it turned to its trusted manufacturing partner, Projects Concern Manufacturing (PCM), to manufacture a solution that met Isuzu’s exacting quality requirements.
“The idea behind the contract is we would fit an alarm system which is backward compatible and plug-and-play on all of the Isuzu D-Maxes coming off its Port Elizabeth production line,” explains Sanji’s R&D manager, Tony Da Serra. “Together with that, we also do an ultrasonic sensor which we fit into the vehicle’s headliner on certain models. This sensor has a patent on it, and it’s been a very successful design with very minimal changes since inception. Fitment takes place at the Port Elizabeth plant, and we’re expected to achieve a failure rate within 0,05%.”
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