NCAB acquires RedBoard Circuits
September 02, 2021NCAB Group, has on the 2 of September signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in RedBoard Circuits, LLC in the USA.
Offshore Electronics to solely rely on NCAB as PCB supplier
August 13, 2021Guernsey EMS provider, Offshore Electronics, has signed a sole source partnership with PCB supplier NCAB Group in a move designed to secure its supply in the face of current industry situation.
New Managing Director for NCAB Group Denmark
August 02, 2021After three successful years as Managing Director for NCAB Denmark and 30 years in the PCB industry, Jan Kronblom Thomsen will leave NCAB Group to pursue other interests.
Another strong quarter for NCAB
July 22, 2021"In general, we are seeing increased activity from both existing and new customers with new projects. This is an indication that we are capturing market share," says Peter Kruk, CEO of NCAB Group in the interim report.
NCAB acquires sas-electronics in Germany
June 25, 2021The PCB supplier announces that it has acquired 100% of the shares in sas-electronics GmbH based in Rohrbach north of Munich in Germany.
PCB Button Plating – what is it, when and why is it needed?
April 15, 2021Recently I’ve been getting a lot of questions when we’re producing flex PCBs for customers. The questions revolve around materials and more specifically, when we have a plated through hole (PTH), why we need to implement PCB button plating on these designs. So, what is it and why is it needed?
Strong end to 2020 for NCAB - enters 2021 with confidence
February 26, 2021"We leave 2020 behind us with a positive trend for order intake and increased activity among our customers. This augurs well for 2021," says CEO Peter Kruk in the year-end report.
NCAB Group acquires Italian PCB supplier
February 23, 2021NCAB Group announces that it has acquired 100% of the shares in Italian PCB supplier PreventPCB.
Continued growth for NCAB – a return to normalisation started in Q3
November 13, 2020“During the first part of the third quarter, order intake remained weak. At the end of the quarter, however, we noted a general positive return towards more normal levels for the inflow of orders,” says Peter Kruk, who assumed the role of President and CEO on October 1.
New managing director for NCAB Group Finland
October 06, 2020After nine successful years as Managing Director for NCAB Finland, Kim Fagerström will retire on the first of November.
How to design a high speed PCB! It wasn’t that long ago when the word “high speed” didn’t exist in the vocabulary of PCB designers. Thinking back for example at the 90’s and 00’s, the speeds they used were much slower. In 2005, 3 Gbps was considered the typical high speed data rate, but today engineers are dealing with 10 Gbps, or even 25 Gbps.
Peter Kruk takes the helm as the new CEO of NCAB Group
October 01, 2020After 17 years as CEO of NCAB Group, Hans Ståhl will retire from his position October 1st and Peter Kruk will be the new CEO as previously announced.
NCAB acquires US-based Bare Board Group
April 27, 2020NCAB announces that it has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in the US-based company Bare Board Group (BBG) located in Largo, Florida, with offices in Canada and Taiwan.
NCAB appoints Peter Kruk as new CEO
April 03, 2020Following the announcement late last year that Hans Ståhl planned to retire in 2020, the board of NCAB Group has now found his successor. Peter Kruk will be taking over as the new CEO of the PCB supplier.
NCAB Group acquires Flatfield in The Netherlands
March 12, 2020PCB supplier, NCAB Group, has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Netherlands-based Flatfield Multiprint International B.V.
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.
NCAB Group acquires Altus-PCB in USALoad more news
November 15, 2019Altus-PCB is a full-service supplier of PCBs based in New Jersey, USA, that has a business model similar to NCAB’s. The US company has a high level of technical expertise and sells mainly to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).