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Capital Equipment

Creating Certainty in Unpredictable Environments

Jabil has broad, long-standing relationships with Industry leaders in large form factor capital equipment servicing a range of markets including Semiconductor, Automated Test, Energy delivery and Infrastructure, as well a number of equipment providers to device manufacturers across the value chain.

Simplifying Complexity. Accelerating Innovation. 

The race is on. The markets we serve are in the business of building smaller, faster, more powerful, electronic devices — the kind that drive the proliferation of technology into our everyday lives. The manufacturing equipment required to keep moving these technologies forward can be amazingly complex. Our partners rely on our leading cross section of capabilities to create value in providing complex mechanical and electrical subassemblies to fully integrated systems across the globe.

Many of our customers are designing and realizing products operating at the atomic level. The precision and tolerances required to support that demand that we build in quality ownership and customer-focused quality at each step as our products are developed, manufactured, delivered, with defect prevention and elimination as our goal. We employ Lean Six Sigma tools and training in all of our facilities around the world led by Lean Black Belt certified operations teams. We give customers the ability to move at great speed, security and certainty even in the most complex and unpredictable environments, and to be the disruptors, not the disrupted, in their respective markets. 

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Jabil’s Capital Equipment expertise covers multiple markets:

  • Semiconductor
  • Motion Controls
  • Energy Infrastructure
  • LED and Displays Equipment
  • Automated Test Equipment
  • Data Center Infrastructure

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