Nam Tai, JCT to Manufacture One Million Cell Phones

May 2003
Circuits Assembly;May2003, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on an announcement by electronics manufacturing services provider Nam Tai Electronics Inc. that JCT Wireless Technology Co. Ltd. has won an outsourcing production contract to produce one million cellular phones in semi-knocked down (SKD) form from its client in China. Significance of SKD phones for original equipment manufacturers; Technical support to be provided by Nam Tai to JCT.


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