Wrekin Circuits expands capacity and flexibility
UK-based fast turn bare board fabricator Wrekin Circuits reports that it has optimised its electrical test capability with the addition of a third Flying Probe test machine at the Telford site.
AT&S is making progress on its expansion plan The construction cranes in Leoben Hinterberg have disappeared and the view is unobstructed again. The milestones achieved are now clearly visible. The R&D center with its series production for IC substrate technology is in according to AT&S, a lighthouse project.
Trackwise looking to sell Stevenage Circuits Back in March 2020, Printed circuit technology specialist, Trackwise Designs, announced that it had acquired short flex and rigid PCB manufacturer Stevenage Circuits Ltd (SCL) for GBP 2.5 million. Now, just three years later, the company has launched a sale process for the Stevenage Circuits business.
ASKPCB provides an update on their Thai factory Chinese PCB manufacturer AKSPCB is providing an update on their Thailand factory, located in Rojana Ayutthaya Industrial Park.
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?
Legislation looking to restore America's PCB industry The bipartisan Protecting Circuit Boards and Substrates Act of 2023 introduced aims to finish the job the CHIPS Act began by incentivising investment in the domestic printed circuit board (PCB) industry.
NCAB acquires US trader for $23.5 million NCAB Group has acquired Phase 3 Technologies, based in San Jose, California, USA located in the Silicon Valley region.
NCAB Group acquires db electronic in Germany PCB supplier NCAB Group continues its expansion via the acquisition of db electronic, based in Waldshut-Tiengen in southern Germany, db electronic AG in Switzerland and db electronic SAS in France.
Lab Circuits expands the capacity Lab Circuits says that it has optimised its optical test department in Barcelona with the addition of a third AOI automatic optical test system, in this case, a Galaxy 25µ from CIMS.
Changes at the helm of NCAB Group Sweden After 12 successful years leading NCAB Group Sweden, Rikard Wallin will leave his as Managing Director for NCAB Group Sweden and VP of Nordics to take on a new role within NCAB Group.
FTG completes its acquisitions of Holaday Circuits and IMI Firan Technology Group Corporation has acquired 100% of Minnesota-based Holaday Circuits and 100% of Massachusetts-based IMI Inc.
Schweizer completes the sale of SEC shares to WUS The sale of the majority of Schweizer Electronic (Jiangsu) (SEC) to WUS Printed Circuit (Kunshan) has successfully been completed. At the same time, WUS increased its capital with SEC in order to refinance the company and to advance the capacities for the production of the chip embedding technology.
Strong result for NCAB in the first quarter of 2023 Continued strong customer demand during the first quarter of the year allowed the PCB to deliver significantly higher earnings than the same quarter last year.
North American PCB industry sales up 11.6% in March Total North American PCB shipments in March 2023 were up 11.6% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, March shipments were up 30.1%, reports the IPC.
Sunshine PCB acquires Vision Industries Malaysia Sunshine Global Circuits announces that it is acquiring Penang-based PCB manufacturer Vision Industries Sdn. Bhd.
CONFIDEE continues to expands its presence Europes youngest PCB player continues to expand its presence. This time the company has decided to set up shop in Italy, appointing Andrea Queirolo as Sales Manager Italy.
Ilfa invests in new Schmoll drilling and milling machine German PCB manufacturer Ilfa has upgraded its machine park, adding new drilling and milling technology to its manufacturing operation.
Following a lukewarm 2022, Schweizer expects a turnaround in 2023 Based on preliminary – and unaudited – figures, the Schweizer Group achieved consolidated revenues of EUR 131.0 million for the 2022 financial year. This corresponds to an increase of 6.8% compared to the previous year and within the company's forecast of 5% to +10% growth.
Biden makes a push for domestic PCB production “Ensuring a robust, resilient, and sustainable domestic industrial base is essential for the national defense,” US president Joe Biden wrote in a memo as he invoked the Defense Production Act to spend USD 50 million on domestic and Canadian production of printed circuit boards
North American PCB industry sales up 5.6% in February Total North American PCB shipments in February 2023 were up 5.6% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, February shipments were up 16.4%.
How to react to exploding market prices Over the past few years, the industry has faced one challenge after another. Today’s challenge, rising costs – across the board. How does one mitigate price increases in an ever-evolving industry?
2022, the best financial year in Aspocomp’s history While the company recorded a YoY decrease in net sales during the final quarter of the year, 2022 in total proved to be the best financial year in the history of Aspocomp in its current form.
Craig Haywood to CONFIDEE Another familiar Elmatica name has joined CONFIDEE as Craig Haywood steps into the role of Operations Manager.
APCT acquires and merges with Advanced Circuits APCT has acquired and merged with Advanced Circuits, Inc. and its affiliated entities and subsidiaries.
SEL starts production at $100 million PCB facility Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) will officially begin fabricating printed circuit boards in its new facility in Moscow, Idaho.
Advantest acquires Shin Puu Semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest Corporation has entered into an agreement to acquire Taiwan-based Shin Puu Technology Co., Ltd. (Shin Puu).
North American PCB industry sales down 1.2% in January Total North American PCB shipments in January 2023 were down 1.2% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, January shipments dropped 21.7%.
Altium expands with new South Korean office PCB design software supplier, Altium, says that it recognises the considerable potential in the country and would like to serve customers better, shorten the feedback loop, and address the specific needs of the local market.
CONFIDEE steps on the gas – adds new team members Just a few months old and Europe’s newest PCB company is already expanding its team with three additional members.Load more news