Manufacturing Process

We at Sanchar have dedicated production lines for products in high demand, while possessing the competence to manufacture many others. We not only manufacture batteries for our own line of radios under the Sanchar brand, but fabricate batteries suitable for other makes and models from different brands including Motorola, Kenwood ICOM, Vertex, HYT and Rexon.

Quality is an important part of the supply chain, whether it is quality inspections during the manufacturing process, quality checks before goods arrive at the customer, or checking the quality as raw materials and parts enter the factory. ​Before any part or raw material is used in a manufacturer of a finished good that will be delivered to a customer, it is the responsibility of the purchasing department to ensure that the materials that arrive are of the correct quality specification.A variety of information on the following parameters are certified including: Physical description, Dimensional measurements, Chemical composition, Performance specifications, Industrial standardsand Brand name. The quality of the parts and raw materials that are used by a company makes a difference to the finished products that are sold to their customers. By ensuring that the purchased parts are of a specific quality, as defined by the development, manufacturing, or quality departments, the purchasing department is ensuring that the quality of the finished goods is maintained.

The production line is arranged so that the product is moved sequentially along the line and stops at work centers along the line where an operation is performed. This custom manufacturing facility has a number of skilled employees and a range of equipment that can be used to manufacture and modify the wide range of items. The facility is set up with a number of dedicated areas such as a welding area, lathe shop, paint spray area, and packaging area.



1. Incoming Quality Check- Each cell to be used in production undergoes resistance, voltage and physical inspection. The entire batch of raw material is rejected if samples do not fall into the required parameters. They are stored in dry and hygienic conditions ready to be used.

2. Cell Welding- Depending on the battery model being manufactured, cells are held together and welded with metal strips into a series or parallel connection. Appropriate circuitry is wired into the structure.

3. Housing Preparation- Appropriate components including resistors and diodes are soldered into the housing. Metal strips are inserted according to product design. Battery connections are harnessed.

4. Final Assembly- Battery housing is punched with the help of high-tech machinery. Pressure levels of applicatory force are verified.

5. Outgoing Quality Check- Each and every product manufactured endures severe rugged testing to meet our high quality requirement. The finished batteries are checked by connecting them to chargers and on radios. Operating voltages are confirmed before being shipped out.

At the manufacturing plant, Sanchar employs a variety of tactics to reduce waste in the supply chain:

Product Design- We examine the designs of products to identify where the use of raw materials can be reduced or expensive materials be replaced. Each component is reviewed to identify whether it can be manufactured or purchased for less money. When designing product packaging options, cheaper and less wasteful materials are considered.

Resource Management- Each production process is examined to minimize the waste of raw materials. In manufacturing operations, processes that waste material that cannot be recycled or reused are redesigned.

Use of Scrap Material- As well as minimizing the waste of raw materials in manufacturing processes, the reuse of waste material can be expanded. Improvements in the technology of reclaiming waste material have meant that we can reuse the material that was previously discarded as waste products. As recycling technology becomes more accessible, the costs inevitably will fall, helping with waste issues.

Improving Quality - Quality control is built into all manufacturing processes, but it usually is focused on the finished product rather than on minimizing waste. Quality management is included in the goal of minimizing the waste of raw materials as well as producing a quality product. Improving the overall quality of the manufacturing process will reduce waste overall as it will increase the quantity of finished goods that pass quality inspection.

Inventory Control- Having 100 percent control of your inventory is one of the most sure-fire ways to cut waste from our supply chain. With 100 percent inventory control, we can ensure that we are not making or ordering products when we might already have them on hand.

Employees Feedback- The ultimate goal of our supply chain optimization process is to supply your customers with what they want, when they want it—and to accomplish that by spending as little money as possible. One critical factor in spending as little money as possible is to eliminate as much as you can from the process. One of the most effective waste-identification techniques involves interviewing employees who work within the specific processes every day.

The targets of improved product design, resource management, quality improvement, and the usage of scrap metal are thought through after a thorough and detailed investigation that includes the input of front-line employees.