MMI: Top 50 EMS sales reached $384 billion in 2020
April 13, 2021Manufacturing Market Insider says that In 2020, sales from the Top 50 EMS companies accounted for USD 384 billion in revenue – an increase of USD 17 billion from 2019.
USI completes its acquisition of Asteelflash
December 03, 2020ASE Technology’s subsidiary, Universal Scientific Industrial (Shanghai), has successfully completed the acquisition Asteelflash Group from Financière AFG S.A.S. (FAFG).
USI's looking to accelerate expansion - acquires Asteelflash
December 13, 2019It looks like we’re ending 2019 with a bang. One of the worlds biggest EMS providers wants to acquire one of Europe’s largest electronics manufacturers.
The Top 20 European-owned EMS providers
March 04, 2019The German Zollner Group remained the leading European EMS provider based on global revenues with estimated sales of EUR 1.25 billion in 2017. Despite lower sales from its European operations, primarily in Germany, Asteelflash remained second with the Hungarian company Videoton, third.
Additional capacity for Asteelflash in Tijuana
July 11, 2018Asteelflash USA plans to expand its Mexico presence by investing in new SMT lines for its Mexico factory in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
List: Europe's biggest EMS providers 2017
April 16, 2018Manufacturing Market Insider recently released its top 50 list of the worlds biggest EMS providers. We took a closer look at how the European players stack up on the list.
The top 25 EMS providers in Europe
January 09, 2018Reed Electronics Research’s annual ranking of the leading EMS manufacturers in Europe was again dominated by the leading Group 1 Global EMS providers with the Top 3 – Foxconn, Flex and Jabil – accounting for 44% of the EUR 28.1 billion European EMS market in 2016.
Germany’s biggest EMS providers
August 11, 2017In the run up to the release of its annual strategic analysis of the European EMS industry Reed Electronics Research has updated its ranking for Top 10 leading German EMS providers for 2016.
Asteelflash opens its new factory in Tunisia
May 18, 2017Last year, EMS-provider Asteelflash Group started test production at its newly-built facility in La Soukra, Tunisia.
Top10 German EMS providers
May 03, 2017Accounting for 13.6 percent of European EMS revenues and 34.7 percent of those generated in Western Europe Germany is, and will, continue to play a key role in the development of the European EMS industry.
List: Europes biggest EMS companies
April 10, 2017Manufacturing Market Insiders’s long awaited list of the worlds Top 50 EMS providers was released just recently – and we took the opportunity to dig a little deeper in the list to see how things are looking on the European front.
Asteelflash beefs up machine park at Tunisian facility
September 13, 2016Asteelflash has invested more than USD 2.5 million in new equipment at its newly built facility in La Soukra, Tunisia.
Asteelflash awarded mass volume consumer electronics contract
May 26, 2016Asteelflash USA, located in Raleigh - Morrisville, North Carolina has been awarded a contract to mass produce millions of units for an undisclosed consumer electronics customer starting in July 2016.
Asteelflash is harmonising its orchestra
May 13, 2016Harmony is often said to refer to the 'vertical' side of music. In short the concept could be described as a study which involves chords and the construction and progression in which they play with and against each other – how they connect so to say.
Asteelflash Mexico with Automotive ISO/TS 16949
May 10, 2016Asteelflash Mexico, a subsidiary of Asteelflash Group, has received the industry specific automotive certification ISO/TS16949.
'I'm not just a manufacturing provider, I'm a service provider'
May 04, 2016Asteelflash is one of the bigger – Europe-based – EMS companies out there that operate on a global scale. But the being big isn't the impressive thing here, keeping the right level of focus on each of its customers is.
Asteelflash new facility in Tunisia is up and running
April 29, 2016EMS provider Asteelflash has started production at its newly built manufacturing facility in La Soukra, Tunisia.
List: Top EMS companies in Europe
April 08, 2016We've already taken a look at the ranking of the top 10 EMS companies in the world, but if we narrow it down a but to lets say Europe – how does it look then?
Eguana partners with Asteelflash
May 29, 2015Eguana Technologies has signed a letter of intent to partner with Asteelflash, to manufacture Eguana's Bi-Direx power control and conversion system and its AC Batteries in Germany and in California.
Asteelflash invests in UK facilityLoad more news
April 30, 2015Asteelflash have invested over GBP 500'000 on new inspection and traceability equipment for their Bedford facility in the UK.