BANNOCKBURN, IL — IPC today signaled its approval of the US House’s vote to ratify the new trade agreement among the US, Mexico and Canada. In a press release from its chief executive, the trade group advocated for the Senate to do the same.
MILPITAS, CA – North America-based manufacturers of semiconductor equipment posted $2.12 billion in billings worldwide in November, according to SEMI.
BANNOCKBURN, IL — The US House and Senate are poised this week to approve a defense spending bill that includes $5 million for research and development on the issues surrounding Pb-free electronics in mission-critical applications.
FRAMINGHAM, MA – Continued end-user demand, proliferation of devices, and declining average selling prices will propel the worldwide wearables market in the years to come, according to International Data Corp.
BANNOCKBURN, IL — The following statement can be attributed to John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO: “The electronics manufacturing industry welcomes the announcement that the US and China have agreed to a ‘phase one’ trade deal bolstering enforcement of China's intellectual property laws and rolling back or postponing retaliatory tariffs on thousands of goods traded between them.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL – After weathering tumultuous tides of volatility over the past few years, 2020 is shaping up to be a better year for supply chain managers, thanks to increased market predictability, especially for sourcing materials, according to Jabil.