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Delta Electronics and JTC Corporation agree initiative to develop smart manufacturing systems in Singapore

Delta Electronics, a provider of power and thermal management solutions, and JTC Corporation, the lead government agency responsible for developing industrial infrastructure, have signed an agreement to collaborate to drive adoption of Industry 4.0 technology.

Delta will set up an Industry 4.0 Solutions and Training Center to support JTC customers, upskill small- and medium-sized business partners and provide advanced automation solutions to tackle problem statements in Singapore’s manufacturing industry.

Jackie Chang, vice president, Southeast Asia and India of Delta Electronics, says: “Delta is greatly looking forward to collaborating with JTC to support its customers with our deep domain knowledge in electronics.

“We focus specifically on execution and address the immediate challenges in connectivity and automation that Singapore’s SMEs face.

“At the same time, Delta is enhancing advanced automation diagnosis, training and consultation to foster the next generation of talents.”

Ng Lang, CEO of JTC, says: “With more businesses in our estates looking to transform their business through digitalization, we see value in curating a spectrum of partners to help them start, scale and sustain their Industry 4.0 journey and capture new opportunities in the region.

“Specializing in industrial automation and smart city solutions, Delta can lend their expertise and best practices to support more businesses on their Industry 4.0 transformation.”

As a global smart manufacturing and energy-efficient solutions provider, Delta helps customers implement complete automated systems based on its rich experiences.

For efficient I4.0 operations, Delta’s programmable logic controller smart production demo line has leveraged Delta smart manufacturing solutions and smart machines to enhance its production capacity by around 70 percent, reduce production space by around 35 percent and increase direct human per capita output value by three to five times.

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