Shanghai (Design), China

Address

5th Floor,Building A-2
No.1528 Gumei Rd.
Shanghai 200233
China

Jabil

Since 2011, the design engineering team in Shanghai has offered a comprehensive array of value-added product design and engineering design services.

Technologies

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

Jabil’s Engineering & Technology Team understands design engineering challenges and has built a comprehensive ecosystem of solutions to support customers all the way from the beginning of the product development cycle to commercialization. We operate as a seamless extension of our customers’ teams to leverage our expertise across a wide array of industries to bring our own broad expertise, creativity and ingenuity to the table to augment their own innovation. And we work to securely design and develop consumer and enterprise products tailored to individual customer needs, providing the highest quality product at the best total cost solution.

Broad product development engineering capabilities in a vast array of product areas and deep competencies in specific product areas allow Jabil to deliver truly innovative product designs with a swift time-to-market.

Jabil’s engineers are the driving force behind every product created for our customers and the foundation of our commitment to the total product life cycle.

Certifications

  • TL9000
  • OHSAS 18001
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 13485
  • ISO/TS16949
  • ESD S20.20
  • ISO 14001
  • AS9100

From Jabil's Blog

Machine-to-Machine Telemetry: Unlocking the Potential

In 1960, J. C. R. Licklider, computer scientist and psychologist, communicated his vision of a global network in a paper entitled “Man-Computer Symbiosis.” In this paper Licklider envisions mutually interdependent, “living togethe ... Read More

Transforming Emerging Markets with Distributed Power [Infographic]

Over the next 10 years 90% of the grown in electricity consumption will occur in emerging markets. Right now, almost 1.5 billion people worldwide lack access to electricity. Distributed power, with its low cost, simplicity and fle ... Read More