Mycronic receives order for a Prexision Lite 8 Evo
Mycronic says it has received an order for a Prexision Lite 8 Evo from an existing customer in Asia.
Ferroamp inks production agreement with Kitron EMS provider Kitron has entered into a production agreement with Swedish greentech company Ferroamp. The value of the agreement is expected to reach NOK 90 million (EUR 8.5 million) in 2023 and NOK 350 million (EUR 33.4 million) over a three-year period.
Apple to produce iPhone 14 in India Apple has said that it will produce its latest iPhone 14 in India, taking a step out of China.
Mycronic receives order for a Prexision 8 Entry Evo Mycronic says it has received an order for a Prexision 8 Entry Evo from an unnamed existing customer in Asia.
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USI Taiwan will start operating NK2 factory in 4Q22 Recently, USI’s subsidiary, USI Taiwan, set up its third factory, Nankang 2 (NK2).
Swedish cable company expands with Romanian factory Contac Solutions has founded a new subsidiary in Arad, Romania, Contac Solutions EU Srl. The new production site the company boast production in Sweden, China, and now in southern Europe.
Cicor to double its production capacity in Vietnam Cicor Group says it is taking another important step in the implementation of its growth strategy. The EMS provider says it will significantly expand its production capacities at its location in Thuan An City, Vietnam to meet increased demand.
Ferroamp to increase production with the help of NOTE During the first half of 2022, Swedish greentech company Ferroamp increased its sales by 60% and is now in a rapid growth phase. The production of the company's EnergyHub systems has increased by 500% in the last year, and Ferroamp now plans to further quadruple the capacity – a plan where EMS provider NOTE plays an important part.
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Terma to acquire part of Atos' space business Terma will acquire the Atos satellite ground testing business, covering Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) for satellites. The transaction will expand Terma’s position on the European Space market.
Bosch relies on new Omro 3D x-ray inspection system Robert Bosch GmbH is relying on inspection technology from Omron as it looks to increase and strengthen quality.
BorgWarner to acquire charging business of SSE BorgWarner and Hubei Surpass Sun Electric (SSE) have entered into an agreement under which BorgWarner has agreed to acquire the Electric Vehicle Solution, Smart Grid and Smart Energy businesses of SSE.
Orbit One upgrades Swedish unit with new robot cell EMS provider Orbit One has upgraded the production unit in Ronneby, Sweden with the installation of a new robot cell.
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LifeSense turns to Neways for smart wearable solution EMS provider Neways says that it has successfully partnered with wearable tech company LifeSense in delivering 6,000 circuit boards for its smart bedwetting Alarm for children (Oopsie Heroes).
AcBel opens new factory building in Taiwan Taiwanese power supply company, AcBel Polytech, has officially opened a new factory building in Tamshui, northern Taiwan.
Kimball’s expansion in Poland is moving along Progress is moving along as Kimball Electronics expand on the European market and add capacity for new customer growth.
thyssenkrupp’s Hungarian investment will create 110 new jobs The German company has just held the topping-out ceremony at its site in Jászfényszaru, some 50 kilometers east of Budapest, which means that thyssenkrupp Components Technology Hungary Kft.’s EUR 42 million investment has taken a major step forward.
VIA optronics plans to install new production equipment for its cameras VIA optronics AG plans to establish a new camera production line in Thailand. The mission-critical production equipment will be owned by VIA optronics and the line will be operated by an EMS partner.
ABB to acquire PowerTech Converter ABB says it will acquire the PowerTech Converter (PTC) business, a supplier of auxiliary power converter solutions for light rail vehicles and metros. The acquisition is described as an important part of ABB Motion’s external growth strategy.
Heart Aerospace to build electric airplane factory in Sweden Swedish electric airplane maker Heart Aerospace today announced it will establish the world’s first commercial electric aircraft industry at Säve airport, in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Oppo to build mobile phone factory in Egypt Egypt's Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) and Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has signed an MoU to establish a mobile factory in Egypt with investments worth USD 20 million.
ABB expands US manufacturing with EV charger facility ABB E-mobility makes a multi-billion investment to meet increasing market demand for electric vehicle chargers. A new Manufacturing facility in Columbia, South Carolina localises the supply chain closer to customers and will create 100+ jobs.
CATL and BMW reach agreement on cylindrical battery supply CATL and BMW Group have entered into a multi-year agreement on the supply of cylindrical battery cells to power the German carmaker's new series of electric models starting from 2025.
Kitron looks back at three years of operations in Poland Three years ago the Norwegian EMS provider started looking for new opportunities to expand its production capacity in Central and Eastern Europe. The choice ultimately landed on Grudziądz, Poland – and since then, the company has seen nothing but solid growth.
Welch electronics manufacturer upgrades its machine park Axiom Manufacturing Services has turned to Altus to assist the company with upgrading its depanelling capabilities in order to develop and future-proof its processes.
Aptiv acquires Italian provider of automotive power distribution and connection technologies Aptiv has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire an 85% equity stake in Intercable Automotive Solutions, a subsidiary of Intercable S.r.l., for EUR 595 million.Load more news