Chinese manufacturing firm relocates to Charlotte
Published Tuesday, May 22, 2012 8:30 am


May 22, 2012

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Chinese manufacturing firm relocates to Charlotte

MaxTronic Technologies LLC, a Chinese-owned electronics design and manufacturing company, recently relocated to a 10,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility at 10915 Downs Road in southwest Charlotte. The company expects to double its current employee base from six to 12 in the next 24 months.

MaxTronic specializes in commercial appliance controls and industrial controls and sensors — particularly for applications involving embedded microcontrollers and microprocessors. The company is involved in all phases of product development, design, prototyping and production. MaxTronic also specializes in membrane keypad and keyboard manufacturing, cable and wiring harness and injection molding.

“Charlotte’s excellent labor availability in engineering is one of the main reasons I chose to relocate here,” says Tak Chang, founder and CEO of MaxTronic. “I can easily find talented people here. I also like Charlotte’s vibrant atmosphere. This is truly a great place to live and work.”

MaxTronic serves the needs of individual inventors and Fortune 500 firms. Customers include McDonald’s, Yum! and many other brand name fast food restaurants worldwide.

The Chamber assisted MaxTronic with its relocation to Charlotte, including the identification of suitable buildings.

For more information on MaxTronic and job openings, please visit or contact one of the following:

Zak Chang
President and CEO

Eileen Cai
Director, Economic and Asian Development
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce


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