Difference between OEM and ODM Manufacturing
OEM and ODM are two different manufacturing strategies. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer, while ODM stands for Original Design Manufacturer. The main difference between the two is who owns the product design and has authority over the manufacturing process.
In OEM manufacturing, the company that crafted the blueprint holds ownership of those plans but doesn't oversee production. The original manufacturer produces and sells the item directly to another business that will resell it under its label. OEM manufacturers specialize in manufacturing brand-new parts based on original designs. This means they’re capable of building necessary components from scratch. It also makes OEM manufacturers well equipped to provide remarkable levels of customization to their customers. OEM companies work directly with their customers. Because of this, they’re better prepared to produce products that perform exactly as their customers need them to. This often leads to sturdier, longer-lasting parts than aftermarket manufacturers can provide.
In ODM manufacturing, the manufacturer designs some or all of the product themselves before manufacturing them for customers. ODM products are finalized or are pre-designed products that are sold under the brand name of the purchasing company. ODM products are complete and finished products, unlike OEM products. ODM manufacturers have greater control over the design and manufacturing process. They can create products that are tailored to the specific needs of their customers. This is because ODM manufacturers work directly with their customers to create products that meet their exact specifications.
In summary, OEM manufacturing is a process where a company produces goods that are then marketed and sold under another company's brand name. ODM manufacturing is a process where a manufacturer designs some or all of the product themselves before manufacturing them for customers. OEM manufacturers specialize in manufacturing brand-new parts based on original designs, while ODM manufacturers have greater control over the design and manufacturing process.
We are an EMS provider with a selection of contract manufacturing services for end-to-end manufacturing services, including the sourcing and procurement of parts and components, production, assembly, testing, packaging, and direct shipment fulfilment. Our manufacturing contracts are primarily turnkey deals where we deliver finished box builds.
Along with providing parts and components for our box-built consumer and industrial electronics products, we also provide supporting services for our EMS operations, where we manufacture plastic product, provide secondary process and also aluminum die casts on-site.
Industrial electronic products
Wireless communication equipment including point-to-point/point-to-multiple-point antenna devices, interface and gateway devices, and microwave antenna devices.
Smart utility data collection equipment including gateway devices, repeaters, remote readers and transceivers,
Others including LED lighting products, digital vending machines and portable printer power desks.
Includes electrical and electronics, plastics injection molding, secondary process and metal stamping manufacturers.
Consumer electronic products
Household appliances mainly cordless vacuum cleaners; and
Electronic cigarettes including pod-based electronic cigarettes which comprise devices and refill pods, as well as disposable cigarette sticks.