GPV shows stable developments despite ongoing pandemic
May 11, 2020Danish electronics manufacturer, GPV, managed to deliver satisfying results during the first quarter – despite the global COVID-19 pandemic.
GPV is up and running in Sri Lanka
April 17, 2020The Danish EMS provider announces that its has managed to obtain the necessary approval to resume production at its manufacturing location in Sri Lanka, in spite of the current curfew in the country.
Italian restrictions creates uncertainties for GPV’s Swiss factory
March 25, 2020As of the March 23, GPV’s production site in Mendrisio is unable to operate due to further restrictions imposed by the Italian government as well as from the government of the canton Ticino in Switzerland in an attempt to combat the spread of COVID-19.
GPV jumps up a league with 2019 revenues
March 06, 2020Danish EMS provider, GPV, reported revenues of DKK 2.86 billion (EUR 375 million) for 2019. The acquisition of Swiss CCS more than doubled the size of the company, propelling GPV into a completely different European league.
GPV Electronics CN resumes production
February 21, 2020On 19 February 2020, the Chinese Central Government informed that all enterprises in the Guangdong province are now allowed to resume production.
Shipment from China to GPV sites worldwide has restarted
February 12, 2020Some of GPV's most important suppliers in China are back in operation which means that important shipment to GPV sites worldwide has restarted. However, not all supplies might be complete, the company says.
GPV's Chinese facility will remain closed
February 10, 2020The Chinese Central Government and the Chinese Epidemic Command Centre have prolonged the curfew in the provinces Hubei and Guangdong. Guangdong (Pearl River delta) is the second most affected province in China and also the province where GPV’s production site is situated.
Coronavirus challenges Chinese electronics manufacturing
January 30, 2020While there are still a number of question-marks to straighten out surrounding the coronavirus, the impact the virus has on the electronics supply chain is already noticeable.
GPV's revenues soars 130%
November 11, 2019Danish EMS provider, GPV Group, announces that the company generated revenues of DKK 2.2 billion in the first nine months of 2019, a 130% year-on-year improvement driven by the acquisition of Swiss company CCS at the end of 2018.
GPV expands warehouse in Thailand
October 23, 2019GPV’s electronics production facility in Thailand has officially opened its new, 2,300 square metres warehouse.
GPV announces completion of new head office
September 25, 2019Parts of the Danish EMS provider relocates to Vejle, Denmark.
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.
GPV finalises the acquisition of Swiss CCS Group
January 09, 2019Danish EMS provider says that it has finalised the deal, announced on 31st of October 2018, to acquire the Swiss EMS company CCS Group.
GPV acquires Swiss CCS Group
October 31, 2018Danish EMS provider GPV, says that it is acquiring the Swiss-based EMS company CCS. The transaction will lift GPV’s revenue by EUR 190 million to about EUR 350 million and place the company among the largest EMS companies in Europe.
Nordic EMS scene not a static entity
March 21, 2018In anticipation for Reed Electronics Research presentation at Evertiq Expo Helsinki – in April 2018 – we’ve taken a look at the changes that happened within the Nordic EMS market over the past few years.
GPV expands in Mexico with Yamaha equipment
November 28, 2017Danish EMS-provider already plans to double the production capacity at the newly-opened plant in Mexico. And has turned to equipment manufacturer Yamaha.
Danish EMS provider GPV opens new plant in Mexico
October 11, 2017The Danish electronics manufacturer has officially inaugurated its new plant in Guadalajara, Mexico. The plant already employs around 80 people and the company expects to reach 350 employees in the coming years.
Top10 EMS-provider in the Nordic RegionLoad more news
September 25, 2017In the run up to TEC Lund, where Reed Electronics Research will present its annual strategic analysis of the European EMS industry, the market analyst has released its provisional ranking of the Top10 Nordic EMS providers based on global revenues.