Indonesia's export restrictions on nickel likely to impact EV battery market
As the global automotive industry picks up the pace of electrification, there will be a corresponding increase in the demand for nickel, which is a key ingredient for automotive batteries, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Jade Micron Installs new Hentec/RPS system in Singapore Jade Micron Pte Ltd. has purchased a new Pulsar solderability system from Hentec Industries/RPS Automation.
North American PCB industry sales up 6% in October Total North American PCB shipments in October 2021 were up 6% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, October shipments fell 8.9%.
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TÜV Rheinland opens new testing services laboratory in Ohio TÜV Rheinland announces that the company has opened its newest testing services laboratory in West Unity, Ohio, USA. The new testing facility will support nondestructive and destructive testing in the Mid-West.
CBAK Energy starts operations at new battery plant CBAK Energy Technology, a lithium-ion battery manufacturer, has started operations at its lithium battery manufacturing plant in the city of Nanjing in China's Jiangsu province.
Zimmer Group plans further expansion Despite the difficulties on the market, German automation solution provider, Zimmer Group, continues to see strong demand. So much so that the company is looking to expand.
Lanxess to expand high-tech plastics production in China Lanxess says it will expand its production network in China. The specialty chemicals company will build a second compounding line for Durethan- and Pocan-branded high-tech engineering plastics at its manufacturing site in Changzhou.
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North American EMS industry down 4.4% in October Total North American EMS shipments in October 2021 were down 4.4% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, October shipments fell 0.8%, says the IPC.
Electronics manufacturer to open new facility in North Carolina EMS provider, Precision Graphics, Inc., is investing USD 5.1 million as it expands with a new production facility in in Snow Hill, Greene County, creating 70 jobs.
NEOTech sells Massachusetts site EMS provider NEOTech has reportedly sold its manufacturing plant in Westborough, Massachusetts.
Midea to take Kuka off the stock exchange Five years after taking over the Augsburg robot manufacturer Kuka, the Chinese investor Midea wants to take the German company off the stock exchange. A so-called squeeze-out process has been initiated, Kuka says.
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Kurtz Ersa takes over Schiller Automation The manufacturer of electronics production equipment is taking yet another step in the expansion of its “Automation” business unit. Kurtz Ersa and Schiller Automation will join forces in the global market for automation solutions in the future. Stefan Schiller, Managing Director of Schiller Automation, has informed his employees about the 100% takeover of the company by the Kurtz Ersa Group.
Foxconn invests $10 million in Autotalks Following a strategic collaboration agreement between Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT), a subsidiary of Taiwanese EMS provider Foxconn, and vehicle-to-everything solutions provider, Autotalks, FIT will invest USD 10 million in the Israeli company.
Nilar reduces its workforce in Sweden The Swedish developer and manufacturer of batteries announces today that two notices of dismissal have been issued, among collective agreement employees and white-collar employees in Gävle and white-collar employees in Täby.
Revenue ranking of the top 10 OSAT companies for 3Q21 For 3Q21, the revenues of the top 10 OSAT outsourced semiconductor assembly and test) companies reached USD 8.89 billion, a 31.6% YoY increase, says TrendForce.
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Global OSAT revenue reaches $8.89 billion in 3Q21 As the global vaccination rate rose, and border restrictions in Europe and North America eased, social activities also began to enter a period of recovery, with the consumer electronics market seemingly ready for the arrival of the traditional peak season in 2H21, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
German EMS provider expands across the Atlantic German EMS provider SERO GmbH, announces that it has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the entire share capital of Syncron EMS LLC based in Palm Bay, Florida, USA on Friday, November 12th, 2021.
GM opens its new Factory ZERO – an American EV factory Production is now set to begin at the former Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, less than two years after General Motors announced its massive USD 2.2 billion investment to renovate the facility to build a variety of all-electric trucks and SUVs.
TV Shipment to undergo 12.4% YoY decline for 2H21 Quarterly TV shipment for 3Q21 reached 52.51 million units, representing an 8.3% QoQ increase but a 14.7% YoY decrease, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
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UK medtech firm choses STI as manufacturing partner Occuity, a UK-based medtach start-up, have chosen EMS provider Surface Technology International (STI) to support the company with the manufacturing of their first ophthalmic product – The Occuity PM1 pachymeter.
Sensata completes is acquisition of Spear Power Systems Sensata Technologies has completed its previously announced acquisition of Spear Power Systems.
ICAPE Group expands in Sweden - creates a Nordic hub Following the company’s investment in Sweden two years ago, the French PCB supplier is expanding its presence in the country – and with that the Nordic region in general.
SCS acquires Comelec SA Specialty Coating Systems, Inc. (SCS), a provider of Parylene conformal coating services and technology, has acquired Comelec SA., a strong and established provider of Parylene, Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and multilayer coating services in Switzerland.
Arkema accelerates its investments in batteries Arkema has officially inaugurated the Christian Collette Center of Excellence dedicated to batteries at its Pierre-Bénite Research Center.
Sims Lifecycle Services opens site in Ireland Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS), a provider of circular solutions for technology, is opening operations in Ireland with a new circular center dedicated to increasing the redeployment, reuse and recyclability of retired IT equipment and data center material.
Icape expands to South Africa via acquisition The PCB supplier continues to execute its global strategy and announces the acquisition of Trax Group in South Africa. This move will not only provide the company with a sales presence in South Africa, Icape will also gain a PCB production plant.
Kontron Electronics acquires business operations of UST Effective December 1, 2021, Kontron Electronics GmbH, will have acquired the business operations of EMS provider Ultraschalltechnik Halle GmbH (UST, Ultrasound Technology). Kontron Electronics will gain a new production site in Halle (Saale), Germany thanks to the acqusition.Load more news