Times Microwave Opens New Production Facility in India

Times Microwave Systems has announced the opening of a new production facility in Bangalore, India. The plant features 12,000 sq. ft. of space, tailored to manufacture high-end interconnect solutions for the Space Flight, Defense and Telecommunication sector both for local and global markets. 

The new facility fulfills several strategic objectives:

  • Supporting local India customers
  • Providing low cost manufacturing for global customers
  • Supporting offset obligations for US and Israeli prime defense contractors
  • Assuring continuous and uninterrupted supply

The India plant will manufacture standard and custom products, including high frequency transmission lines with rapid responsiveness. Together with the recent openings of the Master Distribution Hub in The Netherlands in January 2019, and the manufacturing operation in Estonia in May, this new facility underscores Times Microwave Systems commitment to global excellence and solidifies its position. 

Rajesh Navaneethan, the company’s business director for IMEA, acknowledged the value of having a location so close to the region’s customers. In 2020, Times Microwave Systems’ parent company, Amphenol, celebrated its 50th year in India. This new facility is strategic for the company and emphasizes their commitment to customers in the region and worldwide. Bill Callahan, the General Manager at Times Microwave Systems, explains how the new facility boosts the company’s global presence and capabilities and announced that this expansion will serve better their customers by positioning operations within their local geographies. Further, their India Engineering team will complement their existing technical teams in the US, Europe and China to provide 24hr support for high-performance RF and Microwave solutions.