Elvia PCB supports the fight against COVID-19 with PCBs European PCB manufacturer, Elvia PCB Group, has been working non-stop since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is part of a project to manufacture thousands of ventilators by mid-May.
NCAB appoints Peter Kruk as new CEO Following the announcement late last year that Hans Ståhl planned to retire in 2020, the board of NCAB Group has now found his successor. Peter Kruk will be taking over as the new CEO of the PCB supplier.
Swedish PCB manufacturer updates machine park PCB manufacturer MMAB’s factory in the south of Sweden recently got a new drilling area with updated machines.
Ventec races to build up regional inventories to fight COVID-19 The electronics industry is playing a major role in supporting increased requirements for critical medical devices during the current COVID-19 pandemic. And with that an increase in demand of the building blocks is to be expected.
Elmatica sees a spike in demand - responds with growth in staff Growing demand, new customers and an increase in business within knowledge intensive industries, has reinforced the need for another Country Manager in Poland, a new Technical Manager and an additional resource in the Customer Service Department.
COVID-19 limits viability for AT&S Considering current events and the effects that the global pandemic is having on logistics and production chains worldwide, AT&S is preparing itself for a decline in demand in some of its customer segments.
Würth Elektronik CBT produces PCBs for ventilators The worldwide spread of the coronavirus is not only increasing the demand for personal protective equipment, but also for medical ventilators.
North American PCB industry sales down 1.1% in February Total North American PCB shipments in February 2020 were down 1.1% compared to the same month last year.
Aspocomp's production and supply in the clear - next issue, logistics The production capacity at the company’s Chinese partners are returning to normality, which has allowed the Finnish company to focus on the next issue brought on by COVID-19; logistics.
Schweizer posts an operative loss of €6.5 million for 2019 In the first half year 2019 Schweizer was hit by the slowdown of demand in the automobile as well as the industry sectors leading to a turnover decline of 5.7%. The turnover recovered in the second half year showing a minus of 1.6% against previous year’s period.
Trackwise acquires Stevenage Circuits Printed circuit technology specialist, Trackwise Designs, has acquired short flex and rigid PCB manufacturer Stevenage Circuits Ltd (SCL) for o GBP 2.5 million.
AT&S implements preventive measures at all Austrian sites The company has implemented preventive measures at its locations in Austria, even before the Federal Government’s regulations came into force. These measures now implemented in Austria have successfully been used over the past two and a half months in the Chinese AT&S plants.
PCB market: sales and orders decreased in 2019 The year 2019 was marked by falling sales and fewer incoming orders for printed circuit board manufacturers in the DACH region.
NCAB Group acquires Flatfield in The Netherlands PCB supplier, NCAB Group, has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Netherlands-based Flatfield Multiprint International B.V.
Aspocomp delivers a YoY revenue increase in 2019 Despite the lacklustre performance of the fourth quarter of 2019, the Finnish PCB manufacturer ended the full year with signs of growth on all lines.
Advanced Circuits pulls back the curtain in Arizona Advanced Circuits yesterday held the formal grand opening of their Chandler facility, which commenced operations in September.
MacroFab picks up AAT machine at EXPO Austin American Technology has announced that electronics hardware provider MacroFab has purchased an AAT all-in-one aqueous batch cleaner and rose tester at the 2020 IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego.
AT&S' plant Chongqing II back in operation Austrian PCB manufacturer, AT&S, announces that the Plant II at its Chinese location in Chongqing will resume operations.
DuPont and SCHMID partners for new PCB plating applications DuPont Electronics & Imaging and SCHMID Group announces that the companies have entered into a nonexclusive joint development agreement to explore new PCB plating applications.
PCB Connect opens new office in United Kingdom PCB Connect, the Swedish PCB supplier, has opened a new office in United Kingdom, located in Devizes Wiltshire.
Ventec add new technical sales manager for the UK Ventec announces that the company has appointed Leigh Allinson as Technical Sales Manager to offer key technical and sales support to customers in the United Kingdom.
German PCB production is auctioned off All production facilities and manufacturing equipment of German PCB manufacturer GGP - at its Osterode location - is to be auctioned off.Load more news
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