Panasonic to expand its manufacturing footprint in India Panasonic is looking to build a new wiring device factory in southern India. The new factory is scheduled to start production in autumn 2021, responding to the increased demand in the country.
Season Group strengthens wireless R&D & manufacturing capability Season Group has invested in, and installed, two high-speed and high-precision wireless communication testers - Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S CMW500 Wideband Radio Communication Tester and R&S CMW100 Communications Manufacturing Test Set.
PCB Piezotronics unveils new clean rooms PCB Piezotronics Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of MTS Systems Corporation, has announced the completion of environmentally controlled clean rooms at their DePew, New York facility.
European loudspeaker company brings production back home Difficulties manufacturing smaller design series among reasons for the decision to return back to base.
Mycronic receives first SLX order Swedish production equipment specialist, Mycronic, has recieved their very first order of its mask writer SLX.
600 new German jobs as VARTA expands production again The lithium-ion battery market continues to experiencing growth, currently the market is poised to continue to move forward with an annual growth of about 30% – and VARTA wants a big piece of the pie.
DuPont aids S. Korea in photoresist shortage The office of Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry, Sung Yun-mo, met with DuPont President Jon Kemp last week to confirm DuPont’s investment in the country’s need for diversification of its EUV photoresist supply.
A new year begins with new machinery at Swedish Microwave In Motala, Sweden sits Europe’s oldest manufacturer of Low Noise Block down-converters (LNB) for the global satellite market, namely Swedish Microwave (SMW). The company is now kicking off 2020 with an investment in production.
Rohde & Schwarz inks agreement to use Benchmark's muscles The German electronics group has signed a strategic agreement with US EMS provider, Benchmark Electronics, to enhance its manufacturing capacities.
Nokia to cut 180 jobs in Finland Finnish Nokia plans to continue streamlining its operations in Finland as part of its global restructuring and cost-saving program.
ACDi achieves ANSI/ESD S20.20-2014 certification Electronics manufacturing services provider, ACDi, have been audited by BSI Group and approved for ANSI/ESD S20.20-2014 certification at their Frederick, Maryland headquarters.
Jabil expands in Pune, India The manufacturer is adding some 60'000 square feet, or about 5'570 square metres, to its Indian operations.
Hanza to phase out production unit in China Swedish manufacturer, Hanza, says that it has decided to close down its unit in Ma'anshan, China.
Neways expects operating result of around €15M for 2019 Neways Electronics says that on the basis of the most recent insights it expects to report an operating result of around EUR 15 million for the full year 2019.
Microchip Technology cutting jobs in Colorado Arizona-based semiconductor manufacturer Microchip Technology has announced it is cutting 200 to 275 jobs in early 2020 at its Colorado Springs plant.
Kongsberg Maritime to shut down KM Contros GmbH The previously announced sale of KM Contros GmbH (Contros) in Germany by Kongsberg Maritime (KM) to AML Oceanographic Ltd. (AML) has been stopped.
ZKW expands locations in Mexico and Slovakia Before wrapping up 2019, the Austrian lighting systems specialist announced investments a total of over EUR 210 million euros in its production plants in Mexico and Slovakia.
Hesai Raises $173M in series C Led by Bosch and Lightspeed Shanghai-based LiDAR specialist, Hesai Technology, has closed its series C funding totalling USD 173 Million.
Pine Electronics installs PARMI Xceed 3D AOI Pine Electronics Inc. has purchased and installed a PARMI Xceed AOI system at its facility in Grove City, Pennsylvania.
Dutch cancel ASML chip-equipment sale to China The White House has reportedly succeeded in its efforts to stop the sale of Veldhoven-based ASML’s advanced microprocessor technology to China.
TT acquires US aerospace and defence power supply business Excelitas Technologies has completed the sale of its defense power product line based in Covina, California to TT Electronics.
SMTC Corp. tops USD 30 million in new contracts Global EMS company SMTC Corporation announced its award of more than USD 31 million in new business from three leading global avionics, aerospace and defense technology companies.
IMET merges with TJM Electronics IMET Electronics Corporation has merged with TJM Electronics Associates, which are both owned by Pennsylvania-based Logue Family Holdings Inc.
DRAM contract prices to rise in 1Q20 says TrendForce The consistent increase in DRAM spot prices since December and the power outage at Samsung’s Hwaseong fab on December 31, 2019 have not seriously impacted the supply side of the DRAM market, says the DRAMeXchange research division of TrendForce,
Pendulum Instruments acquires FLC Electronics Pendulum Instruments, an expert in time & frequency measurement, analysis and calibration, has acquired Sweden-based, FLC Electronics AB, a provider of high-voltage linear amplifiers and arbitrary pulse pattern generators.
Curtiss-Wright completes Acquisition of 901D Holdings Curtiss-Wright Corporation has completed the acquisition of 901D Holdings, LLC (901D) for USD 132 million in cash.
ABB completes divestment of two Electrification joint ventures in Shanghai Before year end 2019, ABB completed the divestment of all its shares in two Shanghai-based Electrification joint ventures, Shanghai ABB Breakers Co., Ltd. and Shanghai ABB Guangdian Electric Co., Ltd. to holding subsidiaries of Shanghai Guangdian Electric Group (SGEG), ABB’s joint venture partner in the two companies.
Atlas Copco completes the acquisition of German supplier of dispensing solutions Atlas Copco has completed the acquisition of Scheugenpflug AG. The company offers dispensing solutions including adhesive bonding and potting solutions, used in various industries. The acquisition was announced October 25, 2019.
VARTA AG completes acquisition of VARTA Consumer from Energizer VARTA AG successfully completed the acquisition of the Europe-based VARTA Consumer Batteries business (VARTA Consumer) from US-based Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Amtech updates on timing of sale of solar business Amtech Systems has provided an update on the expected timing of the completion of the sale of the remainder of its solar business.
Beijer Electronics signs agreement with Otis Swedish Beijer Electronics Group AB has through its business entity Beijer Electronics signed an agreement with Otis valued at more than SEK 150 million (EUR 14.36 million).
WESCO raises offer to acquire Anixter WESCO International is seeking to acquire Anixter International and made an initial offer valued at USD 90 per Anixter share; an offer that has now been improved.Load more news
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