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Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Leadership Tips for Women in the Electronics Industry
By Joanne Moretti, SVP and CMO, Jabil; GM, Radius Innovation & Development
Despite all the advancements that women are making in today's rapidly-changing and ever-diversifying workforce, the reality remains that there are still dramatically fewer females in the C-suite than males. According to a study last year by Korn Ferry, only one in four top executives in technology ...
Clean Air a Benefit to the Entire Electronics Value Chain
By Stefan Meissner, Head of Corporate Communication, ULT AG
Fumes. They're everywhere, especially on the manufacturing floor. Connection and separation technologies, surface processing, such as marking, drilling, sintering and milling, and the use of fluxes, as well as 3D printing or rapid prototyping with laser equipment, soldering, welding ...
Cirtronics Wins Corporate Social Responsibility Award
Milford, NH — Cirtronics has been presented the 2017 Cornerstone Award by the New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility (NHBSR). The award is given annually to an individual, organization or company that exemplifies the concepts of corporate responsibility within its organization and the greater business ...
Flying Test Systems Increases Test Coverage with XJTAG
Cambridge, UK — XJTAG and Flying Test Systems have signed a joint technology partner agreement. Flying Test Systems offers PCB test and repair services, design for test (DFT) consulting services, and in-circuit, SPEA flying probe and bespoke functional test equipment for production.
HARTING Begins Construction of New Distribution Center
Espelkamp, Germany — HARTING has invested &8364;40 million ($45 million) in a new European Distribution Center, expected to be up and running in early 2019. The new facility is the largest investment project of the HARTING Technology Group to date. Construction began in March 2017 in Northeast Espelkamp ...
Indium Partners with Yunnan Tin for China
Clinton, NY — Indium Corporation and Yunnan Tin have entered a strategic technology and materials partnership to supply indium-based products to the Chinese electronics and flat-panel display (FPD) production markets.
inTEST Acquires Ambrell Corporation
Mount Laurel, NJ — inTEST Corporation has acquired Ambrell Corporation, a privately-held provider of precision induction heating systems, based in Scottsville, New York. Ambrell was founded more than 30 years ago and began by manufacturing power supply units for induction heating. The company's systems are ...
IPTE Celebrates 25 Years in Business
Alpharetta, GA — IPTE, a worldwide supplier of electronics and mechanical automation solutions, is celebrating its 25th year in business. Over the past two and a half decades, the company has grown from a small manufacturing firm to an internationally recognized supplier of state-of-the-art automation. The ...
Koh Young Singapore Relocates Office
Pasir Panjang, Singapore — Koh Young Technology has relocated its Singapore office to Pasir Panjang, Singapore. The new office will serve as a sales, training, service, and support facility for the company's 3D SPI, AOI and smart factory solutions. The company has seen its growth accelerate in Southeast Asia ...
KYZEN Expands Capabilities in Belgium
Nashville, TN — In response to increased demand for its electronics and metal finishing cleaning products, KYZEN has relocated and significantly expanded its operations in Belgium. The new 12,200 ft
) facility in Aalter, Belgium, is now located to better serve the company's growing ...
PICO Electronics Celebrates 50th Year
Pelham, NY — In 1967, Joseph N. Sweeney and Henry Spoldi had a vision to create a company to manufacture small and reliable transformers, inductors and power supplies. This vision, PICO Electronics, is now celebrating its 50th anniversary as a leader in its field. The company proudly serves the military with ...
Ritter Technology Acquires Fluid Systems Engineering
Zelienople, PA — Ritter Technology, LLC, has acquired the business of Fluid Systems Engineering located in Clinton Township, Michigan. The recent acquisition strengthens Ritter's commitment to providing engineered hydraulic and pneumatic products to its customer base in the Greater Detroit area. Fluid Systems ...
Super Dry Totech Joins ASYS Group
Atlanta, GA — ASYS Group has acquired Super Dry Totech, a manufacturer of dry storage systems. The strategic purchase builds up ASYS' material logistics with a broadened product portfolio. Super Dry Totech offers innovative solutions for dry storage with a wide range of desiccant dry cabinets and its automated ...
Test Research Awarded for ICT System
San Jose, CA — Test Research, Inc. (TRI), has been awarded for its new-generation in-circuit test system, the TR5001 SII. The 2017 EM Asia Innovation Award, the company's third industry award for the machine, was presented at NEPCON China earlier this year. TRI offers a complete test solution, including SPI ...
Wacker Joins Germany's HTGF III Fund
Munich, Germany — Wacker Chemie AG is strengthening its collaboration with innovative company founders by joining Germany's HTGF III fund — the third of its kind for tech startups. The HTGF is Germany's leading investment fund for technology-driven early-stage financing. It has been supporting recent technology ...
How Battery Shippers Benefit from a Compliance Assessment
By Mike Pagel, Senior Consultant, Labelmaster
Anyone who ships lithium batteries or battery-powered products knows that compliant battery shipping is a constant challenge. Yet, shippers who undertake the efforts to improve their compliance often discover improvements in other areas as well.
Securing "Things" in the Internet of Things
By Derek Atkins, CTO, SecureRF Corporation
With more and more things connecting to the Internet of Things (IoT) and the entire movement gathering momentum, keeping devices and information secure is a daunting task. While the number of connected devices is hardly a surprise, the key is that many of these newly-connected things will be devices ...
Is Smart Manufacturing a Dumb Idea?
By Steven L. Blue, President and CEO, Miller Ingenuity
Smart manufacturing, the so-called IT revolution, is not the salvation of American manufacturing. Don't misunderstand me, the smart movement has a place in reviving manufacturing in America. I have a smart factory. We employ the latest pick-to-light systems, automated CNC machines and seamless integration ...
Transforming Business through the Internet of Things
By Mark Fortier
The highest returns on IoT investment today are coming from new efficiencies in manufacturing, and not just from the hype around futuristic connected homes and self-driving cars. Maciej Kranz, VP of Cisco's strategic innovations group argues that businesses of any size can increase profits by harnessing ...
How to Choose the Right Subassembly Supplier
By Ed Sullivan
With touchscreens, flex circuits, keypads, and membrane switches becoming more technologically advanced, OEMs are becoming increasingly dependent on sourcing subassemblies to third-party suppliers. At the same time, subassemblies are critical to an OEM's finished product and must be sourced carefully ...
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