Digico has taken on a new Scotland-based production facility in order to keep pace with the raft of new products it has introduced into the market in recent years.
The purpose-built electronics factory, which is located in Glenrothes, is twice the size of the company’s current facility. Having been manufacturing in Scotland for 21 years, the new facility includes a dedicated factory acceptance area and offers the company further room for future expansion and diversification.
“Unsurprisingly, when you’re using the latest, large-scale FPGA technology designs, there’s little additional saving in taking production off shore and we’re proud that our entire operation is still UK-based,” said managing director James Gordon.
“The new factory will increase our efficiency and productivity and keep up with the ever increasing demand for our consoles. In turn, this will benefit our clients with continued short lead times and competitive pricing.”