Kempische Steenweg 297
Established in 2003, Jabil Hasselt delivers quick turnaround prototyping and transfer support to New Product Introduction and manufacturing sites. Our Value Engineering capabilities include top-edge Design for Manufacturing and Design for Test, Product Verification Services and Reliability Testing. Jabil Hasselt provides product design and engineering services for customers in the Healthcare, Industrial and Energy, Networking & Telecommunications and Automotive markets.
For more information, call 0032 11302422.
Jabil Hasselt's diverse suite of technological offerings help our customers innovate and bring products to market quickly and reliably.
- Battery Management
- Computer Assisted Design (CAD)
- Control Panels
- Digital Living Network (DLNA)
- Digital Video
- Discreet Capacitive Touch
- Hard Disk (HDD) Qualification
- Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communications
- Near Field Communication (NFC)
- Projection Optics
- Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
- Radio Prototyping
- Wireless (RF) Antennas
The Jabil team partners with customers to help them achieve leadership in established markets, expand into new ones and move with greater speed, confidence and agility even in uncertain environments. Our sophisticated solutions leverage our supply chain experience, investments in innovative technologies and subject-matter expertise to bring value to our customers at every step of the product lifecycle. And Jabil delivers insight into supply chain complexity to reduce latency, minimize risks and costs and help our customers achieve the greatest possible value from their supply chain.
- ISO 9001
- ISO 13485
- ISO 17025
From Jabil's Blog
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