AT&S receives NADCAP accreditation With the NADCAP accreditation, new doors in the aerospace sector has been opened for the Austrian company.
Elmaticas gets green light to audit SAAB Avionics sub-suppliers. Elmaticas Jan Pedersen successfully completed the Part 21 Subpart G training, regarding auditing of Printed Circuit Boards suppliers for SAAB Avionics Systems earlier this year. Allowing Elmatica to conduct audits of SAAB Avionics sub-suppliers.
FTG achieves S9100D certification at acquired PCB fab Firan Technology Group Corporation has completed and received AS9100D Certification from SAI Global Ltd. for its recently acquired PCB manufacturing facility located in Fredericksburg, Virginia USA (formerly Colonial Circuits Inc.).
ALLPCB upgrades its production line further To meet the increase in demand, ALLPCB continues to make improvements to its capacity. Recently the company introduced new machines to further upgrade the production line; a laser cutting machine, Yamaha feed gun, and new copper plating equipment.
Eltek receives additional order from a governmental authority Israeli PCB manufacturer says that the company has received a follow-on order to an existing project in an amount of up to approximately USD 1.4 million.
Schweizer signs distribution agreement with Nagase Schweizer Electronic AG and Nagase & Co., Ltd. have entered into a sales distribution agreement for Japan.
PCB Connect opens American headquarters PCB Connect recently opened the company’s new North American headquarters in Sharon, Massachusetts. This will be the 16th global location for the Swedish printed circuit board supplier.
Taiwan PCB production increases to USD 21.9bn in 2019 According to statistics from the TPCA (Taiwan Printed Circuit Association), the production value of Taiwanese PCB companies in Mainland China during Q3/2019 amounts to NT$ 185.7 billion (approx. USD 5.9 billion).
North American PCB industry growth continues strong Sales and orders in November were strong among the North American PCB companies, and it continued to outpace last year. The book-to-bill ratio stands at 1.08, says the IPC.
EUR 30 million to upgrade AT&S' Korean location No matter if diagnostic devices, therapeutic applications, implants or small medical devices such as hearing aids or insulin pumps – the requirements for PCBs for health technology products are increasing. To consider this trend, AT&S initiated a technology upgrade in mid-December at the AT&S location in Ansan, Korea.
GPD Global installs precision dispenser at Universal GPD Global has installed a MAX II precision dispenser at Universal Instruments’ Advanced Process Lab (APL) in New York.
Ventec invests in expansion of PTFE laminates manufacturing Ventec International has significantly increased its PTFE laminate manufacturing capabilities following a strategic investment in a new high-temperature press and lay-up/break-down line at its Suzhou (China) manufacturing plant.
Devon manufacturer adds capabilities in Dorset via acqusition Devon-based PCB manufacturer, EuroTech Group, is acquiring PCB manufacturer Lyncolec, based in Poole, Dorset.
PCB industry recovers slightly in Q3 PCB manufacturers in the D/A/CH region were able to increase sales sequentially in the third quarter of 2019 by 1.1%. However, sales figures are 11% lower than those recorded for the third quarter of 2018, reports the industry association ZVEI PCB and Electronic Systems.
NCAB Group acquires Altus-PCB in USA Altus-PCB is a full-service supplier of PCBs based in New Jersey, USA, that has a business model similar to NCAB’s. The US company has a high level of technical expertise and sells mainly to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
Technica forms growth-focused equity fund San Jose-based Technica USA has reached an agreement on an equity investment centered on future growth for the global PCB fab and assembly supplier.
Isola names new president and CEO Isola has appointed Travis Kelly president and chief executive officer. Kelly most recently served as global chief operating officer at Cerberus Operations and Advisory Company (affiliate of Cerberus Capital Management).
AT&S weathers market challenges In an overall challenging environment AT&S held its ground well in the first half-year. Revenues amounted to EUR 490.3 million, declined slightly by 5.1% compared to the previous year.
NCAB’s CEO to retire in 2020 Hans Ståhl, the CEO of Swedish PCB supplier NCAB, is planning to retire from the position as CEO in 2020.
Advanced Circuits relocates, expands in Tempe Advanced Circuits has completed its relocation to a leased and fully renovated 50,000 sq. ft. facility in Chandler, Arizona.
New Managing Director at NCAB Group Germany As of October 2019, Benjamin Klingenberg has been appointed as the new Managing Director of NCAB Group Germany. He will be responsible for the company’s business operations in the D/A/CH region.
Neutronics to represent Schweizer in the USA and Canada Schweizer Electronic AG says that the company has entered into a sales representative agreement with Neutronics Solutions Inc. for the USA and Canada.
Aspocomp navigates uncertain market - order book rose by 60% Sales for the Finnish PCB manufacturer remained stable during the company’s third quarter – this despite uncertain market conditions.
North American PCB business growth continues Sales and orders for North American PCB companies continued to outpace last year and the preceding month in September. The book-to-bill ratio strengthened to 1.04.
PCB Connect expands to Turkey Swedish PCB supplier PCB Connect is continuing its growth and has, since the first of September, established a local presence in Turkey.
Tin users see weaker markets A survey carried out by the International Tin Association (ITA) showed refined tin use grew by 2 percent in 2018, but points to a contraction in most sectors in 2019. 141 companies took part in the survey, accounting for some 43 percent of estimated global refined tin use in 2018.
Taiwan's PCB manufacturers stay levelled in August 2019 As we enter the conventional peak season for electronic products and despite the fact that many uncertain factors remain in the global environment, PCB manufacturers’ revenue are still able to continue at a sustainable level.
EDA industry revenue increase with 6.6% YoY Electronic Design Automation (EDA) industry revenue increased 6.6 percent for 2Q/2019 to USD 2472.1 million, compared to USD 2318.5 million in 2Q/2018.
Production value reaches NTD 288 bn for Taiwanese producers According to the latest statistics, the production value of the Taiwanese cross-strait PCB industry in the first half of 2019 reached NTD 288.2 billion (approximately USD 9.3 billion).
PRI-DANA get ready to serve the aerospace sector Danish PCB manufacturer, PRI-DANA, announces that the company has been certified for its Quality Management System according to the aerospace standard AS9100D.
Elmatica approved as a member of SOFF The Norwegian PCB broker has been approved as a member of the Swedish Security and Defence Industry Association (SOFF).
MMAB Group appoints new COO Swedish PCB manufacturer, MMAB, is currently focusing on growth and becoming a key player in the PCB industry as well as increase their customer commitment, with that in mind the company has expanded their management with a COO.Load more news
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