East Sun aims to create a hub of fully localised manufacturing for mobile chargers, power adapters and power banks in India. It is certified as an ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015company by TUV SUD.
Make in India has been a direct inspiration for setting up East Sun’s India operations and it aims to participate towards building on Hon’ble PM Narendra Modi’s vision of powering a ‘Digital India’.
East Sun’s state-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Chakan, Pune has a production capacity of 30 million chargers per year. The manufacturing lines are comprised of industry leading machinery such as lead-free wave-soldering, ultrasonic welding, PCBA transfer and laser-engraving machines.
This is backed by comprehensive quality testing machines, such as ageing test machines, electron loaders, hi-pot testers, oscilloscopes among others. The quality control set-up ensures that every single charger goes through rigorous checks, ensuring high reliability & consistency in production.The Shenzhen East Sun Group is renowned for manufacturing of chargers for mobile electronics, computer power supply design, R&D and production primarily for mobile phone manufacturers across the world.
Shenzhen East Sun Electronics Co. Ltd (China)
Founded in year 2000, it now ranks amongst Top 5 manufacturers of mobile phone chargers in China. It counts renowned conglomerates such as Tecno, LYF, Lava, Karbonn, Intex and others in its customer list.
The company has more than 500 employees, including about 70 technical & management personnel. It’s primary manufacturing unit is about 10,000 square metres.
The Shenzhen East Sun Group has built a reputation for excellence due to independent research and development capabilities, quality and consistent on-time delivery, backed by excellent sales and service support for its products. It currently caters to customers across Europe, United States, India and other countries.
The Pune-based Bora Group is a professionally-run family enterprise established in 1965, with activities in the Food, Technology, Finance, and Realty sectors in India.
As of 2018, it had about 600 employees and an annual turnover of about ¿¿¿1500 Cr. (15 billion), of which over ¿¿¿750 Cr. is from technology sector activities.