We Have More Than
200 High-Tech Machines
Thanks to a 15,000-square-meter manufacturing zone, YMO is able to produce eyewear 100% in-house. We do not outsource or subcontract any processes, including design and plating.
Eyewear Production Sites
YMO was the first eyewear manufacturer to be invited to take part in the Urban-Rural Reform and Development of Chongqing program. This led us to move our primary production facility from Shenzhen to Chongqing’s Fengjie Urban Migrant Eco-Industrial Park.
We are honored to be able to contribute to the local community by offering job opportunities to both local residents and migrants. We currently operate one factory in Chongqing, one factory in Shenzhen, a sales office in Shenzhen, and a finance office in Hong Kong.
We Export to
15 Countries In Four Continents
YMO produces eyewear for TOP European and global brands. 30% of our annual production is exported to Italy; 16% to the United Kingdom; and 12% to France. Furthermore, we are proud to have helped to establish one of South Korea’s most famous avant-garde brands. We export 100% of the goods that we produce.
60 Days Eyewear Production
The following infographic shows the steps taken in both new product development and mass manufacturing. It usually takes between 20 and 30 extra days to develop a prototype from scratch, depending on the type of frames ordered (acetate, carbon, metal, plastic injection, titanium, wood, etc.).
Please note that there are uncertainties (multiple design reviews, material shortages, natural disasters, etc.) that can impact on timelines. The infographic is for reference only, as every project is unique and timelines may differ.
Better Than The Industry Standard
YMO Eyewear thrives when bettering industry standards by implementing precision manufacturing methods or adapting to the latest technological innovations’. The following chart details the most common production errors experienced in eyewear production.
Opening - Production Error +/- (in mm)
Screw to Screw Opening - Production Error +/- (in mm)
Size of AB - Production Error +/- (in mm)
Size of Bridge - Production Error +/- (in mm)
Reduced Defective Rate
Hands-on production is involved in the majority of eyewear projects. The most effective way to increase and maintain quality is by hiring (and retaining) experienced personnel and continuously providing employee training.