China's Expanding Electronics Industry
- Doing it home and away is right mix to manufacture. Mayhew-Smith, Alex // Electronics Weekly;3/5/2003, Issue 2089, p16
Comments on the strategy of electronic companies in Great Britain to open a manufacturing facility in Asia. Reasons for Stadium Group in expanding its manufacturing facility in China; Purpose of maintaining a manufacturing facility in Great Britain.
- China Watch: Opportunity Works Both Ways. Sun, Lin // Electronic News;2/25/2002, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p14
Comments on the move of electronics industry to shift their production in China. International integrated circuits industry that shift their production to China; Companies that build their plants in Shanghai's Zhangjiang High-Tech Park; Risks of the increasing number of companies opening...
- Industry does not benefit from this global disaster. // Electronics Weekly;4/16/2003, Issue 2095, p20
Refutes the allegation of the media that the electronics industry will benefit from the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in the Asia Pacific region. Effects of SARS on the electronic plants in China; Complexity in balancing the perception of technology as a source of good...
- PKC Group sets up a new factory in Serbia. // Regional Today;10/29/2013, p3
The article highlights the plan of the PKC Group, a Finnish company that offers design and contract manufacturing services for wiring systems and electronics, to establish a wiring systems factory in Smederevo, Serbia.
- Scottish site sees staff go as Alcatel sells opto unit. // Electronics Weekly;5/21/2003, Issue 2100, p3
Reports on the number of staff at Alcatel's production site in Livingston, Scotland who would be laid off. Acquisition of the optical component business of Alcatel by Avanex; Plan of Alcatel for the plant.
- China, Mexico Battle for North
American Electronics Companies. // Electronic News;3/29/2004, Vol. 50 Issue 13, pN.PAG
Reports on the competition between China and Mexico as the preferred destination for production plants across the world as of March 2004. Reason behind the increase in China's popularity for electronics and manufacturing plant; Reason for the less favorable status of Mexico; Comparison between...
- Hyundai sets $3.6B Scotland fab. Hardie, Crista // Electronic News;10/14/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2138, p8
Reports on Hyundai Electronics Industries Ltd.'s $3.6 billion-investment in a microchip manufacturing facility in Scotland. Project as the largest capital investment by a single company in Europe; Asian chip makers' desire to avoid prohibitive tariffs and imported electronic goods.
- The fab line. Bradley, Gale; Erkanat, Judy // Electronic News;3/3/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2157, p38
Reports on developments related to electronics plants and integrated circuit production in the United States as of March 3, 1997. Includes SpeedFam International's volume purchase agreement with Seagate Substrates; South Korean semiconductor manufacturer's order for multiple units of NanoSpec...
- On the road to Shanghai. // Electronic News;03/24/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2160, p4
Reports on electronics firms bidding for the Chinese government's technology transfer partnership on the eight-inch semiconductor wafer fab under construction in Shanghai, China.