DuPont opens new production line in Circleville, Ohio
DuPont Interconnect Solutions, a business within the Electronics & Industrial segment, has completed a USD 250 million capital project to expand production of Kapton polyimide film and Pyralux flexible circuit materials at the Circleville manufacturing site.
Hydrovolt starts operations at new EV battery recycling plant Northvolt's and Hydro's battery recycling joint venture, Hydrovolt, has officially started commercial recycling operations in Fredrikstad, southern Norway.
Danfoss re-starts its business in Ukraine The company states that the business activities will focus on restoring critical infrastructure in damaged cities and towns.
Semcorp to invest $916 million in new US production site SEMCORP Advanced Materials Group will establish a manufacturing facility in Sidney, Ohio, investing USD 916 million and creating nearly 1,200 jobs.
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HELLA and MINTH opens second production plant in China HELLA and the MINTH Group, has put a second production plant into operation in the Chinese city of Jiaxing. With the new location, the companies primarily serves the further increasing demand for radomes.
Sila set up new plant to produce next-gen anode materials Battery materials company Sila says that the company has purchased a facility with more than 600,000 square feet of space located in Moses Lake, WA to be used to manufacture its lithium-ion anode materials at automotive volumes and quality.
Apple expands the use of recycled materials The Cupertino company has released new details on the increased use of recycled content across its products. For the first time, the company introduced certified recycled gold, and more than doubled the use of recycled tungsten, rare earth elements, and cobalt.
Galp and Northvolt to build advanced lithium conversion unit Galp and Northvolt have selected the port city of Setúbal, Portugal as the location for their Aurora lithium conversion plant.
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.
CATL joins $6 billion Indonesian e-mobility project With a joint investment of nearly USD 6 billion, the project will focus on nickel mining and processing, battery material, battery manufacturing as well as battery recycling
LG Magna e-Powertrain breaks ground on new facility in Mexico The company is constructing a new manufacturing plant to produce electric powertrain components for General Motors from 2023, creating an estimated 400 new jobs.
Henkel to exit its business in Russia Against the background of the current developments of the war in Ukraine, Henkel says it has decided to exit its business activities in Russia.
Sentinel completes the acquisition of Omnilink Systems Sentinel Offender Services has completed the acquisition of Omnilink Systems, a division of Sierra Wireless and provider of the OM500 GPS electronic monitoring solution.
CAES opens its new RF additive manufacturing lab CAES has officially opened its new RF additive manufacturing operations in Exeter, New Hampshire, USA. The lab provides 3D printed manufacturing services for next-gen aerospace and defense systems.
Siemens Mobility to relocate its Berlin Treptow branch Siemens Mobility is moving its development and production site from Treptow to Berlin Adlershof. A new building is being constructed the German science and technology park where the company will reside in the future.
Avery Dennison starts operations at new RFID factory in Brazil Materials science Avery Dennison has just started operations at its new intelligent labels factory in Brazil.
Solid-state battery company plans pilot plant in California Solid-State Battery battery company, Blue Current, has named its new CEO, Ben Eiref. And at the same time Koch Strategic Platforms (KSP) has invested USD 30 million to accelerate commercialisation of the company’s technology and build its first megawatt-scale factory in California.
BSH expands with new facility in Łódź, Poland The producer of home appliances will, within a month, gain access to 12,000 new square metres within the Panattoni Park Business Center Łódź III.
SSW Partners completes its acquisition of Veoneer SSW Partners, a New York-based investment partnership, has completed the previously announced acquisition of Veoneer. SSW payed USD 37.00 per share representing a total equity value of about USD 4.6 billion.
Sony starts a new mobility company The Japanese electronics group has, as of today, set up a new company to develop and commercialise a mobility service platform, Sony Mobility.
Mercedes-Benz becomes shareholder in ACC Mercedes-Benz, Stellantis and TotalEnergies/Saft have signed a deal to become equal partners in Automotive Cells Company (ACC), completing a transaction announced back in September 2021.
Supply constraints forces Volvo Cars to reduce production The Swedish carmaker says that it is experiencing a temporary worsened production situation –which expected to last throughout the second quarter – due to lack of a specific type of semiconductor.
Taiwan struck by 6.6 magnitude earthquake Updated: A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Taiwan on Wednesday morning. The quake was soon after followed by another 6.1 magnitude quake, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) reports.
Würth Addative Group to distribute Kurtz Ersa 3D printers Würth Additive Group, a Würth Industry North America company, has signed an agreement with Kurtz Ersa to distribute Kurtz Ersa's 3D printing technology.
New battery recycling plant starts operations in Hamburg Multimetal supplier Aurubis is starting operations at a new pilot plant at its Hamburg site following successful tests of the process.
Ericsson stops deliveries to Russia and Belarus The Swedish telecom company says that it has decided to suspend deliveries to Russia and Belarus as a response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Strong earthquake hits northeastern Japan A powerful magnitude 7.3 earthquake occurred off the coast of Fukushima, Japan on the evening of March 16. Most of northeastern Japan is a production center for global upstream semiconductor raw materials.
Leoni expects impact on sales following the war in Ukraine Leoni AG has decided to adjust its guidance for the 2022 financial year as a result of the war in Ukraine and the related economic impact.
Austrian automotive supplier expands in Hungary Austrian powertrain system developer, AVL, is expanding in Hungary. The company has broken ground on a New Vehicle Test Hall in the city of Érd, just outside of Budapest.Load more news