Vendor flaunts fun side of building barebone systems

An array of different PC cases, including a selection of mini barebones, is on display at Chyang Fun Industry’s (CFI’s) stand at Gitex. The company, which is engaged in the custom manufacturing and assembling of PC cases, also offer housings for systems, storage and servers.

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By  Caroline Denslow Published  September 27, 2005

An array of different PC cases, including a selection of mini barebones, is on display at Chyang Fun Industry’s (CFI’s) stand at Gitex. The company, which is engaged in the custom manufacturing and assembling of PC cases, also offer housings for systems, storage and servers. “This is our first time at Gitex and we hope to generate new customers and perhaps government tenders. We are using this event as a platform into the market. We are currently present in the USA, Europe, Australia and, of course, China,” says Scott Lee, vice president, sales department, CFI. The company prides itself for the resources it has invested in enhancing its product lines. According to Lee, the company has expanded significantly over the years, investing over US$3.8 million in upgrading its factories with technologically advanced manufacturing equipment. The factory in mainland China and the other factory in Taiwan occupy a total of 105,000 square feet with 400 employees, The company’s facilities also include a full range of injection moulding machines with capacities from 15 to 250 tons, complete die-casting metal works and tool and die manufacturing. “Innovation is central to our corporate philosophy; as such we have assembled a team of highly experienced personnel at our fully computerised R&D department working creatively to bring new case designs for our distributors and OEM customers constantly as evidenced by our S-note series,” Lee says.

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