OSI's Contract Assembly Bucking EMS Sales Trends PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Friday, 25 January 2013 10:25

HAWTHORNE, CA -- OSI Systems' Optoelectronics and Manufacturing division saw revenues and operating income increase 12% and 23%, respectively, over last year, the company said today.

The unit had sales of $57.3 million for the second fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31. Operating income rose to $5.5 million.

Overall, the company reported revenues of $194 million for the quarter, up 3% from a year ago. Net income was $12.4 million, basically flat with fiscal 2012.

Backlogs rose $600 million from last year, and cash flow from operations was $20 million.

 

 

Columns

Eastern-US: China’s New Competitor?

Parity emerges among EMS Factories from Asia, Mexico and the US.

For the first time in years we see parity in the Eastern US among EMS factories from Asia, Mexico and the US. This EMS market condition will permit American OEMs (the EMS industry refers to OEMs as customers) to have more EMS pathways to choose from. Now more than ever, such EMS assignments will require deeper investigation relating to the OEMs’ evaluation of manufacturing strategies.

Read more...
 
The Human Touch

For those who count on the electronics industry for big feats, it’s been a remarkable couple of years.

Read more...
 

Features

Advances in Concentration Monitoring and Closed-Loop Control

Contaminated bath water skews refractive index results. New technology can accurately measure aqueous cleaning agent concentration.

Read more...
 
Circuits Disassembly: Materials Characterization and Failure Analysis

A systematic approach to nonconventional methods of encapsulant removal.

Read more...
 

Search

Search

Login

CB Login

Language

Language

English French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish
 

Products

Panasonic Debuts PanaCIM Maintenance with Augmented Reality
PanaCIM Maintenance with Augmented Reality software provides instant communication and information to factory technicians -- when and where it is needed -- so they can respond to factory needs more...