DIC acquires photoresist polymers manufacturer PCAS Canada
DIC Corporation has acquired 100% of the shares of Quebec-based PCAS Canada Inc. from French-based company PCAS S.A., which manufactures and sells polymers used in photoresists for semiconductor photolithography.
GM and POSCO Future M to get government support for CAM Project General Motors and POSCO Future M will receive support from Québec and the Government of Canada for the development of a Cathode Active Material (CAM) processing facility.
Smoltek inaugurates inhouse hydrogen laboratory Smoltek Nanotech Holding AB, announces that the group company Smoltek Hydrogen has inaugurated the new inhouse hydrogen laboratory. At the new lab, the R&D team can carry out performance measurement and long-term tests of electrolyser cells and will also be able to manufacture test cells.
Rogers expands power substrate capacity in China Rogers Corporation plans to build a new factory in China to manufacture its curamik AMB (Active Metal Brazed) and DBC (Direct Bonded Copper) substrates to meet significant demand growth.
Tesla breaks ground on its future Texas lithium refinery Tesla has officially broken ground on the company's in-house lithium refinery, located in the greater Corpus Christi area of Texas.
Sponsored content by EvertiqThe U.S. CHIPS Act is already making an impact - Evertiq Expo Malmö, Krakow & Berlin While the EU equivalent still hasn’t officially been launched, the U.S. CHIPS Act has already sparked USD 200 billion in private investments across the country. But where are all of these new fabs going to be built?
Expansion of silicon production leads to price drop TrendForce reports that since March, silicon producers have been striving to increase shipments in order to alleviate inventory pressure. Unfortunately, their production capacity continues to expand, while silicon wafer makers struggle to absorb excess inventory.
Emitech Group opens its new €10 million test centre Emitech, a French player in environmental testing to ensure compliance with applicable standards and regulations, has inaugurated its new test centre dedicated to the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of electronic equipment, as well as vehicle homologation and large system qualification.
Kongsberg Automotive officially opens its new plant in Poland Kongsberg Automotive (KA) has officially opened its Brzesc Kujawski plant in Poland. With this new production facility, KA will continue to secure business in both passenger and commercial vehicle segments.
MVTec opens French subsidiary Software manufacturer for machine vision MVTec Software GmbH is strengthening its business activities in France and the French-speaking regions in Belgium and Switzerland. For this purpose, the existing sales office has been upscaled into a subsidiary.
Foundation completed at TüV Rheinland's future US technology and innovation center TÜV Rheinland North America has completed the structural foundation of its new Technology and Innovation Center (TIC), located in the Boston area. Once completed the new facility will be the company's largest product testing and certification center in the Americas region.
How to become a supplier to the U.S. Department of Defense and NATO In 2015, in response to an overwhelming demand for support to international industries pursuing opportunities associated with Poland’s defense modernisation program, Poland-U.S. Operations (PLUS Ops) was established.
MEGA Electronics signs New Yorker Electronics as its latest franchised distributor New Yorker Electronics has announced a new franchised distribution agreement with New Jersey-based MEGA Electronics, a manufacturer of power cords, power supplies and DC/DC or AC/DC converters.
Umicore invests in solid-state battery technology specialist Umicore and Blue Current, a manufacturer of silicon elastic composite solid-state batteries, have agreed to strengthen their collaboration on the development of solid-state battery technology, with Umicore investing a minority stake in the U.S.-based start-up.
The stage is set for Evertiq Expo Krakow Krakow is one of Poland's most active centres for the electronics industry. And for this year’s edition, Evertiq is providing a specific focus on an important segment of the industry.
940 jobs lost at Valmet Automotive Valmet Automotive says that it has concluded the change negotiations that started on January 16, 2023, concerning all personnel in its Vehicle Contract Manufacturing business line at the plant in Uusikaupunki, Finland.
FPT Software cuts ribbon on new office in Seoul FPT Software, a Vietnamese IT service provider, has inaugurated its latest office in Seoul, South Korea.
AMETEK opens new customer solutions center in Germany AMETEK Germany has opened a new Customer Solutions Center in Weiterstadt, Germany.
TÜV Rheinland invests millions in new US technology and innovation center TÜV Rheinland is launching the construction of a new multi-million dollar, advanced technology product testing and certification facility in the greater Boston region.
Nano Dimension makes an offer to acquire Stratasys Nano Dimension has made a formal, non-binding offer to acquire the remaining stake in Stratasys Ltd. that it currently does not already own for USD 18.00 per share in cash.
Nano Dimension installs 3D printing system at NASA Additively manufactured electronics and 3D-printed electronics specialist, Nano Dimension, says that it has installed one of its 3D printing systems – the Admaflex130 – at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
Fujitsu's looking to add 1,600 new employees over two years Fujitsu Limited today announced the following mid-career recruitment plans for fiscal 2023, as well as its new graduate recruitment plans for fiscal 2024, with which the company is looking to recruit a total of 1,600 new employees.
Keysight expands EDA software portfolio via acquisition Keysight Technologies has acquired Cliosoft and will be adding the company's line of hardware design data and intellectual property (IP) management software tools to its portfolio of electronic design automation (EDA) solutions.
Volvo Cars plans to open new Tech Hub in Poland The carmaker has revealed plans to open a brand new Tech Hub in Krakow, Poland’s second-largest city. It will be a key software development centre, which according to Volvo Cars, will play a crucial role to reach its ambitions to be a fully electric brand by 2030.
Mott to create 100+ new jobs with new facility Mott Corporation is opening a new 65,000-square-foot facility near its headquarters in Farmington, Connecticut, which will house at least 100 new employees helping to grow its clean energy business.
UK graphene manufacturer doubles its footprint with new site Paragraf's new site offers over 43,000 square feet of industrial space – more than double the footprint of Paragraf’s existing facility
New EU restriction could stop all manufacturing and sale of PFAS Annually, about 75,000 tonnes of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) end up in the environment in Europe, something that the Swedish Chemicals Agency and authorities in four other European countries are looking to change.
Merck expands its semiconductor solutions capacities Merck has broken ground in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, for a new production facility in its Semiconductor Solutions business.
New leadership takes the helm at Future Electronics Last week Future Electronics announced that Chairman, President and CEO Robert G. Miller will permanently step down following allegations raised in a CBC program. Omar Baig immediately assumed the role of President and CEO, and now the company is further strengthening its executive team.
Nokia to increase manufacturing in India Nokia says it will extend manufacturing of PON optical line terminals (OLTs) at its factory in Sriperimbudur near Chennai, India.Load more news