Low costs give VITROX the edge


VISUAL inspection system manufacturer VITROX Technologies Sdn Bhd’s competitive edge is in its ability to produce cost effectively, said director Steven K.T. Siaw. 

“Our system of production does not require extensive technology support, thus lowering our cost substantially,” he said, adding that its 3D-lead inspection system had recently won the Multimedia Super Corridor-Asia Pacific ICT Award under the best industrial application category. 

Siaw told StarBiz that its lower cost of production enabled the company to price its products 50% cheaper than those manufactured by its competitors. 

“Furthermore, our vision inspection system is able to deliver performance that is just as good as what foreign-made models offer. 

“We also have an experienced team of research and development staff who can complete the development of prototypes within a short time-frame,” he said. 

Siaw said the company took about a year to develop the prototype for the 3D-lead inspection system, which was used for examining the lead dimension of integrated circuits. 

“We have sold about 100 of these machines since early this year. Besides multi-national corporations, our customers are mainly in Thailand, the Philippines, China, Taiwan, Japan, and the United States,” he added. 

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