China plant expanded

Tuesday, 19 May, 2009


With China investing billions of dollars in 3G networks, Andrew Solutions is completing expansion of its Suzhou, China, manufacturing and distribution centre to better support its local users.

In operation since August 1998, the Suzhou factory has more than 2000 employees and a production area of more than 20,000 m2. The expansion will increase the workforce by about 400 people and the production space for base station antenna manufacturing by 50%.

The workforce manufactures base station antennas for deployment in Chinese networks and for export to the rest of Asia and beyond, with all major frequency bands and technologies represented, such as TD-SCDMA, WiMAX, W-CDMA, CDMA, LTE and GSM.

The company also manufactures Heliax 2.0 coaxial RF cable, Radiax radiating cable and cable components and accessories here.

By making wireless products locally, Andrew can better support Chinese clients with complete wireless communication solutions and promptly respond to tight implementation and delivery requirements.

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