Comtech Telecomm Corp. issues business update New York-based Comtech Telecommunications Corp. has issued a statement on the withdrawal of its business outlook for its fiscal year ending July 31, 2020, as well as an update on its proposed purchase of the Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd.
Xerox provides HP acquisition update Xerox has issued a statement regarding its earlier proposal to buy HP Inc.
Abbott gets OK for fast, portable COVID-19 test Abbott has been granted emergency use authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a rapid molecular point-of-care test for the detection of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Computrol ramps output for ventilator production As the coronavirus pandemic continues its spread through the U.S., Idaho-based Computrol is joining a growing list of electronics manufacturers who are adjusting operations to support companies producing critical healthcare products.
ABB adding jobs, new distribution center in Arizona ABB has announced the creation of a new distribution center in Phoenix, in a move that will bring the company closer to Western U.S. distributors, contractors, industrial customers, and retailers.
Royal Flex Circuits boosts effort to support healthcare Santa Fe Springs, California-based Royal Flex Circuits is ramping up capacity at its year-old manufacturing facility to be produce more of the printed circuits needed in the production of ventilators used specifically in the treatment of Coronavirus.
Lam Research reacts to COVID-19 situation Fremont, California-based Lam Research Corporation has issued a business update for its quarter ending March 31, 2020.
Panasonic,Tesla scaling down production in Nevada In response to Panasonic’s announcement this week of a temporary, full suspension of production of its operations at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Nevada, Tesla also issued a statement that it would significantly decrease production at the site.
Texas Instruments adjusting operations in Texas Texas Instruments is following a Dallas County shelter-in-place order and reducing operations at the company’s Dallas-area plants.
U.S. may further crimp Huawei's global chip supply Senior Trump administration officials have reportedly agreed on new restrictions to curb the global supply of chips to China’s Huawei Technologies, sources are saying.
Tesla to reopen NY plant to make ventilators Tesla has joined industry efforts to shift production from autos and other non-healthcare related components to much needed supplies that support the domestic battle against rising numbers of coronavirus victims and the need for testing.
PVA joins growing list of companies helping fight COVID-19 Upstate New York-based PVA has ramped up efforts to supply solutions for the shortage of COVID-19 test kits, portable respirators, and mechanical ventilators.
Applied Materials walks back Q2FY20 business outlook Applied Materials Inc. is withdrawing its business outlook for the second quarter of fiscal 2020, ending on April 26, 2020, due to the changing worldwide response to COVID-19 and its impact on the company’s supply chain and manufacturing operations.
Getting creative: Ford, 3M, GE, UAW unite to battle COVID Ford Motor Company, 3M and GE Healthcare are brainstorming ways to engineer and manufacture medical equipment and supplies for front line healthcare workers and responders, as well as patients fighting coronavirus.
Calumet Electronics prioritizing medical PCBs Michigan’s Calumet Electronics is allocating its available manpower to fulfill recent orders for PCBs for use in breathing ventilators and other medical equipment, in response to increasing demand due to COVID-19.
Negotiations finalised: production at Haldex Heidelberg to move in 2Q Haldex says it has completed negotiations with the employees representation in Germany regarding the closure of production in Heidelberg and the relocation of R&D.
Arcimoto halting FUV production in Oregon Arcimoto Inc. has suspended production of the company’s all-electric Fun Utility Vehicle, through mid-April, at its headquarters in Eugene.
Alchip Technologies comes to North America Alchip Technologies Limited has opened North American headquarters in Milpitas, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Vision Engineering Tech Center opens on West Coast Vision Engineering, designers and manufacturers of digital and optical visualization systems, opened a new technology collaboration and training facility in Irvine, California.
X-FAB expands epitaxy capabilities X-FAB Silicon Foundries SE has added internal SiC epitaxy capabilities to its portfolio, allowing it to run silicon and SiC on the same manufacturing line.
GM bringing production to a halt General Motors Co. has announced it is temporarily suspending manufacturing operations in North America and cited market conditions, facilities cleaning and overall protection of their workforce as the reasons.
Foxconn continues work in WI amid virus concerns With various industries and companies around North America shutting down due to the effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, Foxconn Technology Group reportedly still has 400 people on the job at the Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin project.
Omega EMS, Vitron Electronic complete merger Omega EMS has completed a stock-swap merger with strategic alliance partner, Vitron Electronic Services.
Tesla’s Fremont plant staying open Tesla has announced its Fremont EV plant, with a workforce of approximately 10,000, will stay open thanks to its categorization as an “essential business” by Alameda County.Load more news
Evertiq COVID-19 Update
- COVID-19: Vishay provides operational update
- NCAB appoints Peter Kruk as new CEO
- SEMI urges ‘essential business’ designation of semi companies
- Comtech Telecomm Corp. issues business update
- Xerox provides HP acquisition update
- As Samsung Display exits the LCD market a major reshuffle is expected
- Ventec races to build up regional inventories to fight COVID-19
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