ABB to sell remaining stake in Hitachi Energy to Hitachi
ABB says it will divest its remaining 19.9% stake in its Hitachi Energy JV to none other than Hitach.
High winds and flooding as hurricane Ian hits Florida Hurricane Ian hit the southwest of Florida early Thursday, brining high winds and downpours – and also high risks of dangerous flooding on the peninsula.
Toyota ends production in Russia Toyota says that it has decided to end vehicle production at its Saint Petersburg plant in Russia.
PowerCo & Umicore establish JV for battery materials production PowerCo, the new battery company of the Volkswagen Group, and Umicore, are joining forces in a joint venture for precursor and cathode material production in Europe.
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Europe’s first battery materials gigafactory is up and runnning Umicore has officially inaugurated its production facility for cathode active materials for electric vehicles in Nysa, Poland – making Umicore the first company in Europe with a complete circular and sustainable battery materials value chain.
Vianode to build a new battery materials plant in Norway Vianode, a company owned by Elkem, Hydro and Altor, has decided to invest in its first industrial-scale plant for sustainable battery materials at Herøya in Norway.
Munters opens new factory to meet demand from battery producers To meet the growing demand from the battery producers, Munters is opening a new factory in Hodonin, Czech Republic, for the production of industrial dehumidification systems.
Taiwanese GaN company recieves multi-million investment Ancora Semiconductor has raised NTD 456 million from strategic investors. The funds are expected to accelerate the fabless design company's GaN development endeavors.
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Solidigm to build US R&D facility, adds 1'900 jobs Semiconductor company Solidigm has announced a research and development facility in Rancho Cordova, California, which will be home to 1,900 jobs in Greater Sacramento
Protected newts might hinder construction of new battery factory Volvo is planning to build a new large-scale production plant for battery cells in Mariestad in the Skaraborg region in Sweden. However, the plans have hit a speed bump as a protected species of newts has been found at the site.
Amazon acquires Belgian mechatronics company Amazon announces that the company has acquired Belgium-based Cloostermans, a designer and manufacturer of mechatronics solutions that is used in Amazon operations already.
Motherson opens wiring harness facility in Serbia Indian automotive component supplier Motherson has officially inaugurated its new manufacturing facility in Požarevac, Serbia.
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Corning opens optical fibre manufacturing plant in Poland Corning Incorporated has officially opened a new optical fibre manufacturing facility in Mszczonów, Poland, as it looks to meet growing demand for high-speed connectivity in the EU and surrounding regions.
Park Systems opens applications lab at Northeastern University in Boston Atomic Force Microscope supplier Park Systems has officially opened its new Eastern Regional Lab at Northeastern University's 14-acre Innovation Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Corning to create 250 jobs with new optical cable factory On the back of a long-term relationship with AT&T, Corning Incorporated is expanding its manufacturing capacity for optical cable, as the carrier expands its fiber service.
Mekoprint acquires majority ownership of Microturn Danish industrial group Mekoprint says it has acquired 67% of the shares in Microturn, a company specialized in so-called microturning and materials with small dimensions.
Onto invests in demonstration and solutions development centres in Asia Onto Innovation announces that it has opened a new training, demonstration and solutions development centre in South Korea focused on the company’s line of inspection, metrology and lithography solutions.
US start-up Guardhat opens a site in Lithuania The US start-up Guardhat, a company that develops smart products to improve work conditions for industrial workers, is setting up an office in Vilnius.
Etteplan is looking to acquire Semcon – makes an offer Etteplan has made public offer to the shareholders of Swedish technology service company, Semcon AB. The Finnish company is offering SEK 149 (EUR 14.10) in cash per Semcon’s share.
Pixelworks to make strategic investment in Shanghai subsidiary Pixelworks, a provider of video and display processing solutions, has entered into an Equity Transfer Agreement with a group of private equity investors based in China for a portion of the company's equity interest in its majority-owned subsidiary, PWSH.
Infineon acquires startup Industrial Analytics Infineon has acquired Berlin-based startup Industrial Analytics, a specialist in the field of AI-powered analysis of machinery and industrial equipment.
GPV is making progress at its new Thai mechanics factory The manufacturer says that the construction of its new mechanics factory in Thailand is rapidly progressing. As of July 2022, the piling of the new mechanics factory in Thailand has been completed.
Teledyne acquires major interest in Finnish acoustics company Teledyne Technologies acquires majority interest in NL Acoustics, a Finnish technology company specialised in acoustics-based predictive maintenance solutions.
Vermes Microdispensing acquires Lerner Systems Vermes Microdispensing had acquired Lerner Systems, a Germany-based international manufacturer of contact-free microdispensing systems.
German test lab to broaden capabilities Having recently opened their new compliance test laboratory in Germany, Granite River Labs has now further extended their scope of industry services for a growing European market.
Incap updates revenue and operating profit estimate for 2022 EMS provider Incap estimates that its revenue, operating profit (EBIT) and adjusted operating profit (EBIT) for 2022 will be "clearly higher" than in 2021.
Renesas completes acquisition of Reality AI Renesas has, as of July 20th, completed of the acquisition of Reality Analytics, Inc, a provider of embedded AI solutions.
Foxconn and NXP to co-develop next-gen vechicle platforms Foxconn has announced a Memorandum of Understanding with NXP Semiconductors to jointly develop platforms for a new generation of smart connected vehicles.Load more news