Renkus-Heinz is reassuring partners who rely on the company’s professional loudspeaker solutions that there will be no shortage of product, nor delay in delivery, as a result of the recent fire at Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM).
While Renkus-Heinz does utilize AKM semiconductors in many of its professional loudspeaker offerings, strategic supply chain management decisions made over the past year means all product – including the company’s digital beamsteering solutions – remain available and ready to ship, and to be custom fabricated, at the company’s Foothill Ranch manufacturing facility.
“We have well over a year’s worth of the AKM components we need to meet our ambitious production expectations,” said Graham Hendry, Vice President of Strategic Development at Renkus-Heinz. “Even as we look at increasing sales numbers, we are in a position where we can confidently continue to deliver on product. We will also be able to comfortably continue innovating and introducing new products on our road map.”
Renkus-Heinz made a number of decisions over the course of 2020 to ensure its partners’ continued success both in the short-term and long-term. Key among these decisions was ensuring security in the manufacturing supply chain and introducing new loudspeaker offerings for additional job sizes and installation locations.
“We’ve made every effort we could to ensure our consultant, distributor and integrator partners could continue to depend on the powerful solutions we create,” Hendry said. “That means getting them the right solution and getting it to them on time. We take their business very seriously, and we’re very happy we can reassure everyone we will still be fulfilling their orders.”
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