GE Global Electronics Solutions: A New Lease on Life

Hamburg, Lisa
April 2003
Circuits Assembly;Apr2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p13
Trade Publication
In April 2002, General Electric Commercial Equipment Financing, part of publicly traded General Electric Company (GE), purchased the assets of Comdisco Electronics. Known as GE Global Electronics Solutions, the division is a global player in capital equipment sales/leasing, optimization and remarketing for the semiconductor, automated test and printed circuit board assembly industries. Equipment lifecycle management is the crux of GES' business strategy.


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