Pacific Cyber Technology sets up mobile manufacturing unit in Daman

Pacific Cyber Technology (PCT) has set up its first mobile manufacturing unit in Daman and is committed to government’s Make in India vision.

PCT is led by Ashok Garodia who is the CEO and is also the founder of Penguins Electronic Group. In 2005, Ashok Garodia led Penguins Electronic Group joined hands with Shanghai Wind Communication Technologies to set up Pacific Cyber Technology together with Wind-Mobi.

The manufacturing unit in Daman has a capacity for 15 manufacturing lines. The factory includes a 3,750 square meter assembly workshop and 2,000 square meter warehouse and has a solid production capacity of 6 million units LTE smartphones per year.

Speaking exclusively to DigiAnalysys, Eswaran P Narayan, Chief Operations Officer, PCT said, “They manufacture mobile phones for all brands.”

With global manufacturing expertise, Pacific Cyber technology (PCT) specializes in providing design, development and assembly services for mobile phones. Aided by our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and stringent quality processes, the company is well-equipped to meet the customers’ requirements.

Through world-class processes and controls and trained manpower and engineers with global experience, PCT brings the best-in-class products and services at the best price.

The second manufacturing facility will be fully operational by August 2017. The facility will have a capacity of 24 million units.

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