Penang (Plant 2), Malaysia


Plot 1242, Lebuh Kampung Jawa
FIZ Phase 3
Bayan Lepas
Penang 11900


Established since 2000, Jabil Penang (Plant 2) is located in the Bayan Lepas Free Trade Zone in south eastern Penang, in close proximity to major air and sea ports as well as road and railway links to Peninsula Malaysia. Jabil Penang's strategic location, superior capabilities in High-Mix Low-Volume and Low-Mix High-Volume manufacturing and supply chain management offer companies in search of cost-effective, quality end-to-end solutions an unparalleled advantage.


Jabil Penang (Plant 2)'s diverse suite of technological offerings help our customers innovate and bring products to market quickly and reliably.

Serving the networking and telecommunications industries, Jabil Penang offers end-to-end solutions in manufacturing, testing and distribution including printed circuit board assembly new product introduction (PCBA NPI), surface mount technology (SMT) manufacturing, box build with Build-to- Order (BTO) and Configure-to-Order (CTO) models and Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA). The facility's implementation of Lean Six Sigma, automated process lines and Smart Factory capabilities, particularly in the areas of predictive analytics and big data, enable manufacturing efficiency to be revolutionized, offering even greater productivity and efficiency than before.

With highly innovative and responsive teams that are committed to delivering the highest quality products, services, and supply chain management processes in the industry, Jabil Penang is the proud recipient of numerous industry awards and is consistently rated by customers as "Best in Class" in the areas of technology, quality, responsiveness, delivery, cost, environmental and business management.


  • CCC
  • CE
  • CSA
  • IRAM
  • MET
  • TUV
  • TUV-R
  • UL
  • TL9000
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 13485
  • ESD S20.20
  • ISO 14001
  • AS7003
  • AS9100C
  • Curtis-Straus
  • CS
  • OHSAS 18000

From Jabil's Blog

Lean vs. Six Sigma

There is an ongoing debate in the world of continuous improvement: Lean vs. Six Sigma. Both methodologies are focused on solving problems and both have been wildly successful (think Toyota, Motorola and GE) but is one method bette ... Read More

Agile, Lean or Both?

Lean and Agile process methodologies have traditionally been used for two distinct environments: Manufacturing and software development. Yet over the past 25 years the two have slowly begun to merge.  Dan Woods, editor at CITO Res ... Read More