In the last couple of years the industry has grown at a rate of 4.5% which is double that of the wider UK economy. Since 2009 London based high-tech companies have increased their gross value-added by 16.4% and now contribute £56 Billion in revenue per year.
Given the fast-changing trends and feasibility of the electronics market, manufacturers need to be flexible and adaptable to keep up with constantly evolving demands. Producing high-quality products while also minimizing costs and integrating everything into a rapid delivery system puts huge pressure on those in the industry to meet customer demands. Logistics remain a challenge in 2018 for manufactures and supplier partners required to deliver speed and accuracy faster than ever before. Unsurprisingly, it was found that more than 80% of 300 companies interviewed in a study consider they are facing significantly more risks than 5 years ago in terms of theft, products delays or counterfeit items.
Stephen HartnettIoT to combat increased threat to electronics supply chain
It was just one year ago when Hanhaa moved into its own private offices in Tobacco Dock. In that year the company has doubled in size leading to the need for further expansion and facilities. Today Hanhaa has relocated to newly refurbished and expansive offices on the bank of the river Thames in Vauxhall, SE1.
Stephen HartnettContinuing to grow- Hanhaa moves to larger offices
This week Hanhaa received notification that the trackers which provide the data for the ParceLive service have been aviation certified for safe use on board aircraft by Swiss World Cargo. While ParceLive trackers have for some time adhered to and exceeded all of the standards for radio transmitting devices on board aircraft this weeks’ certification see’s this work formally recognised by the industry.
Stephen HartnettParceLive receives aviation certification from Swiss World Cargo