With our own brand, our own R&D and in-house manufacturing, we are in full control of what we make, and can manage the production costs closely. This has made us a world leader in cordless phones and electronic learning products.
Excellent customer service has made us one of the world’s top 50 electronic manufacturing services providers, with a focus on medium-sized companies in the areas of professional audio, switching mode power supplies, home appliances that include LED lighting and other electronic products.
Our designers, engineers and production managers all work together closely during day-to-day operations — an important competitive edge in today’s fast-paced world. Shorter product innovation cycle
– As new markets emerge and competitive pressure mounts to get products into stores quickly, manufacturing turn around time has become critical. Our continually evolving cell-based manufacturing system gives us a high degree of flexibility and ensures maximum efficiency. Cost competitiveness
– We don’t rely on others to reduce their manufacturing costs, we do it ourselves. As the world’s largest manufacturer of cordless telephones and a leading supplier of electronic learning products, we produce millions of products each month. These large volumes, combined with our centralised procurement, allow us to secure the best available prices for raw materials and components. With direct control over our factories, we are able to bring out improved products each year at ever lower production cost. Quality and safety
– In-house design and production means that we monitor quality directly at every step in the process. This ensures that all products leaving our factories comply with the strictest international safety and environmental standards. All VTech products sold in Europe, as well as our entire US phone lineup, comply with RoHS, the European Directive on the “Restriction on the use of certain Hazardous Substances”. Our electronic learning products comply with the regulatory requirements in each local market, such as the ASTM standard in the US and the R&TTE Directive in Europe.