Alysium welcomes you to review and discuss our 2016/17 Cable and Interconnect Product highlights at Vision. Our main focus remains ... Hall 1, Booth G18.
The next year innovations on Vision Show 2016 in Stuttgart.
November 08-10, 2016 // www.messe-stuttgart.de/vision
The next year innovations on AIA Vision Show 2016.
May 03-05, 2016 // www.visiononline.org
What an wonderful week we had in Stuttgart. The Vision Show remains one of the world’s best locations to meet biannually our partners, friends ...
January 2013 / Chicago, Illinois USA.
Alysium heated the Automate Show with the world premiere of hot new products...
The next year innovations on Automate 2013.
January 21-24, 2013
The new USB 3.1 Type C Termination has entered the market and will progressively replace USB A, MicroB and USB B connectors, at the host and the device sides ...
Schnittstellen im Wandel der Zeit.
Wireless USB 3.1 too good to be true? Likely, you as careful reader and technical expert got it ...
What you expect + more.
We are happy to present as the first company in the industrial Market an Wireless USB3.1 ...
The future has arrived: Robust USB Type C Receptacles
are now available to OEMs.
Alysium offers the first connectivity solutions for the new USB 3.1 standard
A few weeks ago the USB3 Vision Standard was adopted. Although the exact technical test conditions for the cable assemblies are still not 100% fixed...
Exciting things are happening at Alysium which we want to share with you! Loyalty from customers like you has fueled continued growth, making a move to a new, larger facility necessary.
Please note, that our factory located in Malaysia will be closed for Chinese New Year (public holidays) from January 27 until February 3. Production will resume on February 6, 2017. Some subcomponent manufacturers, located in China, have longer shutdowns. Please factor the longer leadtimes for non-standard items during this period.
Exciting things are happening at Alysium which we want to share with you!
Loyalty from customers like you has fueled continued growth, making a move to a new, larger facility necessary. We will remain in Nuremberg, Germany, but will move from the city center to a location closer to the airport and our logistic hub, which offers greater scope to support our targeted growth in the coming years. With a doubling of space for all departments, we will continue to further expand our service offerings and our support to you.
We are very excited about this process and look forward to providing further updates, after our relocation by September next year.
We are proud to introduce our new Image Brochure, which highlights clarity, quality and efficiency – the same traits we work to deliver daily.
Due to continuing business expansion, the Engineering department has moved to additional office space in an adjacent unit as of September 21, 2015 – doubling our office space in Subang. Finance, Logistics and Sales departments remains in Unit D-6-03, which remains the official company address.
All contact telephone numbers, emails etc remain unchanged.
We have also used this expansion to change our Malaysian telephone exchange to an IP based system, as per our other offices. Our global activities and international projects can be better supported on this platform.
Due to continuous business expansion, Sales and Commercial departments have moved to new office space in Kuehnertsgasse 24 as of September 30, 2013. Logistics and IT departments remains in Kuhnertsgasse 5, which remains the official company address. Finance and Management also remains in Kuhnertsgasse 14.
All contact telephone numbers, emails etc remain unchanged.
We have also used this expansion to change our telephone exchange to an IP based system. Our global activities and international projects can be better supported on this platform.
We welcome Derek to the company.
Derek will be based in Malaysia, supporting the Engineering department in tasks relating to Product and Process Development and Documentation.
We welcome Mr Mircea Fatu to the company.
Mircea will supports the ongoing and growing needs of the company with regards to IT requirements, including maintenance and development of back office CRM and ERP systems, as well as network infrastructure. He joins us from his native Rumania, and draws upon his many years of relevant experience in similar roles.
Mircea will be based in our German office, reporting directly to the company’s Senior Management.
Mr. Thomas Detjen takes over responsibility of the Sales Department as Head of Sales & Marketing from January 1, 2013.
Building on his knowledge and experiences as Business Development Manager at Alysium-Tech Germany (from 2009), Thomas will establish and implement sales and marketing objectives and strategies, fostering the high performance sales team.
He will continue to identify new business opportunities and build strong relationships with customers.
Mr. Boris Ranglack has been active in Inside Sales & Technical Support at Alysium-Tech Germany since 2011.
From January 1, 2013, Boris will further support the Sales Department as Account Manager. Boris will be in charge of several Key Accounts facilitating and further improve direct communication with customers.
We welcome Ms Melanie Lindenmayer to the company.
Melanie will be based in Germany, further supporting the sales department as Account Manager. Melanie will be in charge of several Key Accounts facilitating and further improving direct communication with customers.
We welcome Mr Nor Hisham bin Ahmad to the company.
Hisham will be based in Malaysia, supporting the Engineering and Sales departments in tasks relating to FFC Business Development. Hisham was previously employed at Hitachi Cable (J) Sdn Bhd, and now supports Alysium customers directly following that plants FFC production closure.
Unit D-6-03 Level 6 Block D
Oasis Square Ara Damansara
No 2 Jalan PJU 1A/7A
Ara Damansara PJU 1A
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603 7832 6889 / 6893
Fax: +603 7832 6780
We welcome Cynthia Chua to the company.
Cynthia will be based in Malaysia, supporting the Commerical department.
We welcome Kenneth Hoo and Chua Kee Ho to the company.
Kenneth and Chua will be based in Malaysia, supporting the Engineering department in tasks relating to Product and Process Development and Documentation.
On 28th September 2011 four people were hurt in an early morning explosion at the Empire Gallery shopping mall, which was heard from as far away as Bangsar.
A gas leak from a restaurant has been confirmed as the source.
Nearly the entire stretch of the front portion of the newly-built mall was blown out, damaging a number of cafes, restaurants and clothing stores including Tangs and Starbucks Coffee.
The mall management stated that the damage was extensive, with five floors affected byt the explosion. However they asserted that the building’s structure was intact.
The Alysium office should be reopening, in limited capacity, by Tuesday Oct 10 with full capacity by month's end.
The new office in Maidstone, Kent is now operational. Managed by Mr Peter Lloyd, IT Director, the new office offers new possibilities and opportunities for Alysium’s business development.