China Telecom Implements a Low Voltage System for Minghua’s $45 million Spartanburg plant

Company Overview

Minghua USA, a division of Jiangnan Mold Plastics Technology Corporation, specializes in developing, manufacturing and selling plastic products and hi-tech molds to major automobile companies such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and General Motors.

To support its North American business initiatives, the company recently invested $45 million into a new 260,000-square-foot facility located in Greer, S.C., a strategic location for companies in the automotive industry.

Business Needs and Challenges

With a new facility arises the need to install network cabling, racks, hardware and more. Minghua needed a network that could provide reliable connectivity for its computers and phones to communicate internally, as well as with its eight China sites and the rest of the world.

However, the customer did not have a team of experts on hand to help design and implement a low voltage system. Due to the number of systems and components required, Minghua was in search of an experienced US partner that understood standard compliance and how system design would work in unison with equipment.

Why China Telecom Americas

Minghua selected China Telecom Americas to design and implement its low voltage system because of its previous success with low voltage projects and its strong domestic support and network presence in China.

China Telecom Americas designed and implemented everything from structured cabling, access control, security surveillance, server room UPS and A/C and digital signage to their IT network, IP private branch exchange and Wi-Fi system. In addition, CTA provided low voltage equipment and installation, configuration services and a dedicated on-site project manager to interface with the client.

Calvin Qing, IT Manager, Minghua HQ, says, “It was no small achievement to roll out a low voltage system with so many sub-systems in a short time frame, especially with plant build-out, EDI testing with BMW and order changes, and China Telecom Americas demonstrated great project management and allocated all of its available internal resources to ensure the project was delivered on time. In fact, the system was completed ahead of schedule.

We feel that the project was customized for our needs and delivered with exceptional attention to detail and a high level of responsiveness.”

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