What Does TENGYE Do?
Tengye is a solution-oriented magnet company, led by Jonah Jin, an industry-recognized technology pioneer in magnet applications. The company is dedicated to empowering tech companies with innovative magnet solutions at the product design stage.
At Tengye, we define customer service as being resourceful and responsive, ensuring that we consistently meet the needs of our clients with attentiveness and efficiency.
TENGYE Business Philosophy
MEET THE TENGYE TEAM
Who Am I?
In 2021, Jonah Jin co-founded Tengye USA with support from CEO Lu Qinsheng and the Tengye factory. Leading a sales team of four, Jonah is dedicated to serving tech companies globally, specializing in solving magnet-related design challenges during the early stages of customer product development. He has traveled extensively, collaborating with companies from over 10 different states in the USA, conducting on-site meetings to engineer effective magnet solutions.
I didn’t choose magnets; they somehow found their way into my life. Back in 2019, I was job hunting in international sales without a strong industry preference. The first job opportunity that came my way happened to be with a magnet company. I entered a “marriage” with magnets before I truly fell in love with them.
What's My Mission?
I want to run the business in a way that’s inspiring and meaningful, utilizing my knowledge and resources in magnets and my communication skills in English. My goal is, along with my team, to provide technical solutions and design and manufacturing services in the fields of magnet materials and plastic-magnet integration.
People, not companies, drive business interactions. Individuals, much like yourself, turn to us for various reasons, with the most frequent ones listed below. As you glance through the list, do any of these situations feel familiar to you?
- The current supplier exhibits a general lack of responsiveness.
- Despite the technical nature of your products, there’s a notable absence of engineering or program management support from the current supplier.
- The current supplier operates solely as a “build to print” manufacturer; they’re not really bringing any fresh ideas to the table.
- You’ve inherited a supplier that’s not meeting expectations, and it might be time to consider moving on from them.
- Streamlining your supply base can cut down on supplier management and logistics expenses, making your purchasing operations more efficient.
- Your instincts are signaling that your supplier might be engaging in price gouging by introducing engineering changes. It seems like they initially provided a lower quote but are now trying to recover costs through these adjustments.
- The supplier is resistant to positive changes, and although things seem fine in the short run, the long-term outlook is uncertain.
We are proudly supplying permanent magnets or magnetic assemblies to some of the world famous companies.