Zinox completes PC, phone assembly plant
Zinox Group has completed the installation of it's the 21st Century digital PC/Phones Assembly plant being built by Zinox Technologies Group has been completed, the company has announced.
A statement by the Corporate Affairs Consultant of the Zinox Group, Mr. Echika Ezuka, said the state-of- the- art digital plant with multiclass functionality, would produce Smart Desktops, Laptops, Tablet PCs, Phones.
According to the statement, the plant is also structured to produce a wider range of gadgets with available components. It also has the capacity to assemble in-house brands as well as execute contract manufacturing for other brands.
Ezuka said the digital plant would enhance the capacity of Zinox to keep pace with international quality standards.
'Zinox would now be more competitive in terms of pricing, delivery and after sales support while increasing the rate of introducing new products,' Ezuka said.
With an installed capacity and digital certification of 1, 250 Personal Computers (PCs) daily, the Zinox digital plant is expected to open new vistas to the entire Information Technology (IT) sector - nurturing new brands, improving the quality of existing brands, and introducing new levels of flexibility with product design and architecture, all at costs that would reduce prices.
Head of Operations of Zinox, Mr. Uche Onyechere, said the foreign engineers who installed the digital plant, worked two shifts of 24 hours daily, to achieve compatibility with the nation's erratic power supply.
The engineers were drawn from China and South Africa.
Onyechere said the plant was made sure the plant passed through all certifications stages, synchronising the different sections of the plant and then tested production for a few days before internal commissioning.
'Zinox now runs a full scale digital assembling which is rated globally with a failure rate of 0.001,' he said.
, Zinox according to the statement has powered and successfully tested the reliability of the digital plant, first of its kind in Africa.
The company is committed to the manufacture of quality Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment to empower and drive digital technology.
Launched in 2001, Zinox Technologies is a pioneer manufacturer of internationally certified branded PCs.
The company took on the task of running an advocacy for the adoption of the computer as a tool for work and play through the Computerize Nigeria initiative.
Zinox over the years has evolved to one of the most effective solutions companies in sub Saharan Africa - earning the high ground of digital competence by delivering the largest biometric ICT solution in Africa. It produced 12,000 laptops in 2006 and 80,000 DDC Machines in 2011, to salvage INEC's voters' registration exercises.