A classic winded manufacturer until 2005 that was making general PC board-mounted components, Falco shifted focus to cover a wider array of issues and creating sub-assemblies and larger products, with components tailored to more power such as Chokes, Boosters and Inductors. In a journey of continuous innovation, Falco works with companies from UPS, Solar and Metering to telecommunication and automotive industries in delivering components that allow for non-problematic operations and superior energy-management initiatives. “Our products and product range grew in size substantially, we started adding wire harnesses, mechanical parts, and basically reduce operations for our customers,” says Bonaita.In addition, Falco provides the highest scaled electronic components and products that support a company’s energy consumption using plugin solutions. Instead of having to use multiple parts from various vendors to power a single piece of equipment, Falco’s approach allows companies to piece together its components into a single unit rather than mounting it on third-party manufacturing processes and allow clients to perform fixes in-house way faster.
We started with a small factory of 50 people, and now we have more than 2,200 people between the seven different plants in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, in China and in India.
In addition, Falco offers top-notch sales and support to its customers across the globe. Besides the multiple production facilities, the company has engineering and sales offices and third-party logistics warehouses across the US, Europe and Asia. With approximately 200 active clients across the globe, Falco believes that it is critical to offer not just products but to make them available globally through localization of sales and after-market technical support.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the day-to-day activities of its clients from materials to operations, Falco is gearing up the enhancement of its own production and time to market ratio. The power electronics solutions and services provider is turning its attention to expand its Indian facility with an ultra-modern operational schema and also plans to open a second plant at a different location in China. “We want to expand more into the energy management and electric vehicle business, and we are continuously investing and evolving in those areas as key visions of our future years,” concludes Bonaita.