Volvo Trucks opens battery plant in Belgium
Volvo Trucks' is planning to open a new – first – battery assembly plant in Belgium. Once up and running the plant will supply tailor-made batteries for the company's heavy-duty electric trucks.
GE Aviation purchases Hentec/RPS system Cincinnati, Ohio-based GE Aviation, a manufacturer of propulsion systems for commercial and military aircrafts, has purchased a Pulsar solderability system from Hentec Industries/RPS Automation.
Indium expands with mew manufacturing facility in Malaysia US-based global materials supplier Indium Corporation, will invest MYR 250 million (USD 57 million) in an expansion that will result in a new manufacturing facility in Penang, Malaysia.
AI vs. Reality – does AI need a lunch break? Nowadays it is hard to find someone who hasn’t heard about Artificial Intelligence. The term is still thrown around in various contexts as a universal remedy, meant to instantaneously and effortlessly solve complex problems in which the classical algorithms fail miserably. But is that really the case?
Sponsored content by SMTASMT Processes Certification, Harsh Environments Conference Coming to Amsterdam The SMTA is pleased to announce an SMT Processes Certification Program is scheduled for May 16-18, 2022 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Keith Bryant, KB Consultancy, will instruct the program. The program is co-located with the Electronics in Harsh Environments Conference taking place May 17-19, 2022.
Neways names Fiona Lam as new CFO The Supervisory Board of Neways Electronics has appointed Loi Ieng (Fiona) Lam as the company's new CFO and member of the Executive Board. She will succeed Paul de Koning, who after seven years as Neways’ CFO, will step down on the first of August 2022.
Strongest quarter in company history for KATEK German EMS provider KATEK, started the fiscal year of 2022 with the strongest quarter in its corporate history.
Acquiring Ohio EV plant sets a new milestone for Foxconn Hon Hai Technology Group, otherwise know as Foxconn, and Lordstown Motors have signed a contract manufacturing agreement and a joint venture agreement for product development.
Emerald EMS appoints new COO EMS provider Emerald EMS has appointed Lucian Soaita to Chief Operating Officer (COO). Soaita will report to Vic Giglio, CEO, as part of the Emerald EMS Executive Leadership Team.
Sponsored content by CML Europe GmbHPCB Pedestal technology explained The PCB industry is constantly evolving and looking to improve in product design. One of the technologies being used in PCB production is the Pedestal technology. You might ask yourself what this technology is and why it would be used.
Hanwha invests $320M in cell and module manufacturing expansions Hanwha Solutions, the South Korean owner of Qcells, says it plans to invest USD 320 million in a solar manufacturing expansion in the United States and South Korea.
HansaMatrix receives €5.3 million manufacturing order The Latvian EMS-provider manufacturing order from existing Nordic customer operating in the industrial sector.
GPV maintains strong growth despite increasing challenges Danish EMS provider GPV continues to deliver strong growth in 2022, reporting the best first quarter results ever.
BorgWarner to provide eMotors for Chinese EV brand BorgWarner says it has been selected to provide high-voltage hairpin (HVH) eMotors for an unnamed electric vehicle brand in China.
Varroc to focus on electronics, connectivity, EV product lines In a bid to transform itself into a high-tech company and focus on the existing growth of electronics, connectivity, electrical vehicles (EVs) product lines and the 2-wheeler segment globally, Varroc Engineering Limited (VEL), is divesting its 4-wheeler lighting system operations in the Americas and Europe.
BayaTronics opens new manufacturing facility BayaTronics, a supply chain and manufacturing solutions partner located in Concord, North Carolina, has purchased a complete Juki line for its new facility.
SEL adds capacity with Universal's FuzionXC Electronics manufacturer Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) has added two Universal Instruments FuzionXC Platforms in its Lewiston, Idaho facility.
BAE Systems opens Its new Manchester, N.H. facility BAE Systems has opened its new engineering and production facility in Manchester, New Hampshire as the latest step in a series of strategic facility investments across the country – including in Austin, Texas; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Huntsville, Alabama.
Nokia & Karel to manufacture 4G, 5G base stations in Turkey Nokia has signed a partnership agreement with Turkish electronics manufacturer Karel to manufacture 4G and 5G base stations in Turkey.
Helukabel acquires cable assembler Sangel Systemtechnik At the end of March 2022, the Helukabel Group acquired Sangel Systemtechnik GmbH. With Sangel onboard, the company adds two new locations to its network, once in Bielefeld, Germany, and another in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
New CEO at ETK EMS Group The Danish EMS provider announces that as of June first 2022, a new captain will take the helm at the company.
Eaton expands its footprint in Europe Power management company Eaton is establishing a new office and research center in Karlsruhe, Germany. The expansion will complement existing engineering and manufacturing sites in Montrottier, France, and Tczew, Poland.
DJI suspend all business activities in Russia Chinese drone company DJI announces that it is temporarily suspending all business activities in both Russia and Ukraine
Kitron's 1Q22 – strong demand and record order backlog The electronics manufacturer is reporting first-quarter results showing very strong demand and record order backlog, but also revenue constraints due to the component supply situation.
KION expands with second production line for e-mobility KION Battery Systems (KBS) is expanding its production facility at the Karlstein site in Germany. The company, a partnership between KION GROUP AG and BMZ Holding GmbH, has officially put a second production line for manufacturing 24-volt batteries into operation.
Incap: “we can continue on our growth path in 2022” Incap is showing off an another quarter of growth, despite the challenging market conditions relating to the global semiconductor shortage.
Cicor completes the acquisition of SMT Elektronik GmbH Cicor Group has completed the acquisition of SMT Elektronik GmbH located in Dresden, Germany.
One million Ericsson 5G products made in Poland Ericsson has produced one million 5G radio products at the Flex Tczew factory in Poland. These products are at the heart of the fifth-generation networks being built in Poland and other European countries.
Northrop Grumman to open new facility in Albuquerque Northrop Grumman has started the construction on a new building in Albuquerque. The 25,000-square-foot facility will support space systems engineering and integrated mission operations services to Kirtland Air Force Base and other U.S. military customers.Load more news