Jetion's Thailand PV manufacturing facility 'not influenced' up until now by COVID-19
- Chinese solar maker Jetion Solar asserts to have actually handled to maintain its cell and also module assembly line in Thailand secure up until now from any kind of disturbance from the COVID-19 emergency situation.
Gotten In Touch With by PV Tech, Jetion's VP of Overseas Business Jane Dong stated the pandemic has until now "not influenced" procedures at the solar manufacturing facility at Si Racha area, some 120 kilometres southeast of resources Bangkok.
According to her, the center introduced in 2014 as well as flaunts today a yearly solar battery manufacturing capability of 200MW, combined with the exact same number for solar components. The center supplied, by the end of 2019, item deliveries of 800MW worldwide.
Dong associated the Thai manufacturing facility's stability thus far to its area at an industrial zone "away from huge cities or transportation centers with greater dangers". Jetion, she took place to state, has actually likewise been assisted by its initiatives to prepare ahead of time to supply orders this year.
" Our manufacturing remains in complete ability till [the 3rd quarter of 2020] according to the present routine, as we constantly protected orders ahead of time and also prepare sufficient resources," the VP of Overseas Business discussed when come close to by PV Tech.
The 3rd factor for Jetion's proceeded strong procedures exists, Dong included, with the reality that worldwide products transportation is "still functioning well". The VP included: "Our clients' projects, which are mostly in the United States, are going as prepared."
The COVID-19 situation follows Jetion presented a resurgence to European PV in 2015. Having actually shown up in 2000-- complied with by an IPO in London in 2007-- the so-called "very first moving company" redoubled on China when EU downstream development failed yet has actually returned since the continent is rising once again.
The Chinese team selected in 2014's Intersolar Europe version to display its brand-new line of product JeThrü, an 18-kilogram module constructed from 1.6 mm semi-tempered product. At the time, the company explained the item as the globe's thinnest dual-glass module.