American Battery Solutions expands its location in Michigan
lithium-Ion battery maker, American Battery Solutions, announces that it's expanding its Innovation Center, significantly growing its footprint in Michigan as it adds to its team of battery professionals.
Annual shipment of Airpods expected to reach 85 million sets The success of Apple's Airpods will benefit component suppliers Epistar, DOWA, II-VI/Finisar, says TrendForce
Edwards officially opens new technology centre in Ireland Edwards, a supplier of vacuum and abatement services and solutions to the global semiconductor industry, Officially opened its new flagship Service Technology Centre (STC) in Blanchardstown, Dublin in mid September.
CiRCLE Engineers invests in new equipment for Israel facility Israeli electronics manufacturer, CiRCLE Engineers Ltd. has invested in a Hentec/RPS Odyssey 1325 robotic hot solder dip component lead tinning machine.
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Jenoptik acquires Berliner Glas Medical and SwissOptic Jenoptik strengthens its global photonics business via the acquisition of Berliner Glas Medical and SwissOptic.
NCAB acquires Elmatica in Norway PCB supplier NCAB announces that it has acquired 100% of the shares in the Norwegian company Elmatica AS, one of the oldest PCB trading companies in the world with a history dating back to 1971.
KATEK strengthens eMobility business - invests in iOX Mobility German electronics manufacturer KATEK SE, announces that it has acquired 10% of the shares in Pullach-based iOX Mobility GmbH as part of a capital increase. iOX Mobility is set on making eMobility on water sustainable and climate-neutral in the future.
PragmatIC Semiconductor raises $80 million in funding PragmatIC Semiconductor, a company dealing in flexible electronics, has secured USD 80 million of Series C funding. The company says it will use the funds to add to its capacity in the UK.
Sponsored content by Shenzen Kinwong ElectronicThe development trend of printed circuit board products and Kinwong's solution With the rapid development of electronic technology in recent years, printed circuit board (PCB) products are pursuing higher heat dissipation capabilities, with high voltage and high current characteristics, and are developing towards high-density interconnection technology (HDI).
Taiyo Yuden expands MLCC production in Malaysia Japanese manufacturer Taiyo Yuden, will invest MYR 680 million (EUR 140 million) to expand its multilayer ceramic capacitors manufacturing facility in Kuching, Malaysia as the company is looking to increase its production capacity in the ASEAN region.
NOTE's CFO to retire Swedish EMS provider NOTE, announces that current CFO Henrik Nygren has decided to retire and will leave the company in connection with the 2022 Annual General Meeting. Henrik Nygren has worked at NOTE since 2006.
Silicon wafer shipments to log robust growth through 2024 Global silicon wafer shipments are projected to register robust growth through 2024, with wafer area increasing 13.9% year-over-year in 2021 to a record high of nearly 14,000 millions of square inches (MSI), SEMI reports.
BorgWarner breaks ground on new €100M plant in Portugal Automotive supplier BorgWarner has broken ground on a new plant in Viana do Castelo, Portugal, where it plans to produce electrification products such as electric motors, inverters and battery management systems.
Flex to acquire power solutions specialist for $540 million The electronics manufacturer announces that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Anord Mardix, a supplier of critical power solutions, from private equity firm Bertram Capital.
IAR Systems dismisses CEO The board of I.A.R. Systems Group has decided to dismiss CEO Stefan Skarin and has appointed Richard Lind as acting CEO. Richard has been a board member of IAR since 2019 and is a former CTO of the Internet of Things at Microsoft.
Ford to invest £230 million to build electric car parts in the UK Building on its commitment to go all-in on electrification in Europe, Ford says that it intends to invest up to GBP 230 million (EUR 272.6 million) at its Halewood, UK vehicle transmission facility to transform it to build electric power units.
Pricer turns to Zollner as it brings production to Europe Pricer, a Swedish developer of electronic shelf labels, has turned to German EMS provider Zollner in order to bring its products closer to its customers on the European market as it aims to meet an expected continued high volume demand for in-store digitalization and solutions.
Hyundai Motor working on developing its own chips in-house The automotive industry has taken a hard hit from the current semiconductor shortage. One automaker that's had enough is South Korea's Hyundai Motor, who is now looking to develop its on semiconductor chips in order to cut reliance on others.
SVI expands via new acquisition Thailand headquartered EMS provider, SVI, announces that it has entered into a Share Purchase Agreement (SPA) to acquire 100% stake in Tohoku Pioneer (Thailand) Co., Ltd.,(TPT).
Stellantis and LG form JV for lithium-Ion battery Production Stellantis and LG Energy Solution have entered into a memorandum of understanding to form a joint venture to produce battery cells and modules for North America. The new battery plant is planned to have annual production capacity of 40 GWh; targeted to start by first quarter 2024.
Elmatica names Robert Kurti as Chief Information Officer PCB broker Elmatica announces that the company has promoted Robert Kurti to Chief Information Officer. Kurti joined Elmatica in 2016 as IT Manager, after supporting the US and NATO coalition forces for 6 years.
Sponsored content by congatec GmbHReal-time Ethernet for all The real-time processing of data for OPC UA, as well as many other tactile Internet applications, are coming up fast as important new areas of industrial communication. This is due in large part to the emergence of 5G technologies and the increase in factories installing 10+ GbE networks. The stranglehold that many established proprietary industrial Ethernet installations have had for so many years is now starting to be released by Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), which is ushering in these real-time applications.
Sivers Semi is gearing up for growth – acquires MixComm Swedish technology company, Sivers Semiconductors, is looking to take pole position 5G mmWave semiconductors, and the company is taking a major step with the acquisition of US-based mmWave challenger, MixComm Inc.
HansaMatrix to evaluate alternatives for further business development The Latvian EMS provider announces that it will conduct a strategic review of its business with the aim of supporting further growth and to enhance shareholder value.
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AT&S continues to invest – 700 new jobs to be created The Austrian electronics specialist says it will invest EUR 500 million in its Leoben location over the next few years. The investment will see the creation of 700 new jobs.
SKIET opens its first European lithium-ion battery separator plant SK IE Technology (SKIET), the material business subsidiary of SK Innovation has officially opened its lithium-ion battery separator plant in Silesia Province, Poland, the company’s first European production base.
Saab expands its Finnish operations The Swedish defence company continues to expand research and development operations in Finland, now into the fields of data-link communication technology as well as Virtual and Extended Reality (VR/XR) technology.
TSMC's looking to expand with new chip plant in Japan During an online earnings briefing, TSMC CEO C. C. Wei, announced the company's intention to build a specialty technology fab in Japan.
Bosch to set up R&D centre for automotive electronics in Ireland The German engineering and technology company has announced that it will establish an automotive R&D centre in Limerick, Ireland, creating over 30 new jobs over the course of the next two year.Load more news