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Due to the lack of standard decision-making criteria in the selection of the printed circuit board suppliers, the aim of this research is to study the application of hierarchical decision analysis process in the selection of the printed circuit board suppliers in the sample electronics manufacturer. Criteria in the electronics factory are defined as 9 main criteria, i.e. technical ability and capacity, location geography, production flexibility, price, quality and warranty policy, delivery process, financial and reliability, environment and social responsibility, communication and after sales service. This research used the questionnaire as a tool to collect data. The results found that factors affecting the selection printed circuit boards were geographic factors. The first factor was the weight of choosing suppliers of printed circuit boards (34.863%). The single side selected supplier V, as it takes a short time in the order and in large quantity to order. The double side selected supplier II, because of a cheaper price but long time in the order and low quantity of the order. The multilayers selected supplier I, as there is little use of the order but there is an urgent need.
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