Please note that Fictiv will be closed for production on the following days in 2021. Asterisks indicate non-production days that only apply to overseas production; on these days, domestic production will proceed as normal.
New Year's Day (January 1)
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January 18)
Chinese New Year (February 11-February 17) *
Presidents' Day (February 15)
Ancestral Tomb Sweeping Day (April 5) *
Chinese Labor Day / Youth Day (May 1-May 5) *
Memorial Day (May 31)
Fictiv Company Offsite (June 11)
Dragon Boat Festival (June 14) *
Independence Day (July 4)
Labor Day (September 6)
Mid-Autumn Festival (September 20-21) *
National Day (October 1-7) *
Thanksgiving Week (November 22-26)
Christmas Holiday (December 24-25)
Non-production days will not count towards the lead time of any orders. For example, an order with a 1-day lead time placed before 3pm on Friday, September 3 will not ship until Tuesday, September 7, after Labor Day Weekend.
Here are a few quick tips to avoid getting caught with delays due to non-production days:
Staying aware of upcoming holidays is your first line of defense. By factoring these holidays into your production schedule, you can account for the lost time or avoid it entirely by ordering in advance of non-production days. This is especially important for longer holidays such as Chinese New Year.
If you're planning on leveraging our overseas network and a Chinese holiday is blocking you from receiving your parts by your deadline, you can re-configure your quote to be produced by our domestic network.
Fictiv's quoting platform typically offers multiple production speeds for a part. If your current production speed is too slow, try re-configuring for a faster lead time.
Depending on your part's geometry, there may be small DFM changes you can make that will result in a faster lead time. Chat with us or email us at email@example.com for assistance with evaluating these changes.