JLCPCB Production Back to Normal

Great news! We are back to normal! All factories are running and most of our employees are back to work after 14-day quarantine.  

Firstly, thanks a million for your patience and understanding during this period, It really means a lot to us. 
Although we haven't left anytime but have to let you know that ALL SIX FACTORIES have started production, with the advanced fully automated production lines, standardized and meticulous management of equipment, and tremendous effort of JLCPCB team, we get back to normal quickly.  
Good news is that:
  • Production of all types of PCBs, Stencils and SMT are back to normal.
  • Fast prototypes resume, for standard 2L PCB prototype, the lead time is 1-3 days. 
  • SMT assembly service has resumed on February 29.
  • International shipping also returns to normal. 
Notes:
  • SMT assembly service is available again for the below PCB specs, and there might be some delay.
    (2&4 layer, green solder mask,1.0/1.2/1.6mm board thickness, and 1oz copper weight)
  • For some special specifications, like 4L, ENIG surface finish, and so on,  the production might be delay for 1-2 days. 
  • The delivery might be delay in some coronavirus affected countries, like South Korea, Japan, and Italy.  
What’s the current coronavirus situation in China? 
Now the novel coronavirus outbreak is under control and the general situation is improving. Daily infections and deaths in China have remained low over recent days. Outside Hubei, factories, businesses and construction sites have already gradually restarted. 
How are you?
We're good. Every person in JLCPCB remains virus free and healthy. We are taking all of the necessary safety precautions to protect the health of individuals, including wearing masks, frequent hand-washing, daily temperature measurement, daily sanitizing with alcohol and etc.
Last but not least, we sincerely appreciate all the kind messages of support. If any questions, please feel free to contact support@jlcpcb.com. 

Stay safe and Take care. ( WHO’s recommendations for protecting yourself and others from getting sick)

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