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NOTE has a strong and diversified customer base with both established industrial companies and companies in new fast-growing application areas. Demand for high-tech measuring equipment from one of NOTE's major international industrial customers notes a record growth. In order to cope with the strong increase in volume, NOTE has been appointed as a manufacturing partner of electronics. The new extended cooperation is estimated to amount to at least SEK 100 million during the first twelve months. Batch production will start during the third quarter and is expected to rise quickly in high volumes.
“NOTE continues to develop very strongly with high organic growth and increased profitability. An important success factor is our methodological commitment to develop high quality and delivery precision in our services - these have been a top class for the industry for some time. It is very gratifying that we have also gained the confidence and won this new deal which I already expect will develop into our largest this year”, says Johannes Lind-Widestam, CEO and President.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Pete Starkey talks with Kevin Domancich at Essemtec at electronica 2022 about the company integration within Nano Dimension and how the two companies have pioneered an exciting new end-to-end manufacturing solution that helps customers speed up production, cut costs, and keep their proprietary materials secure. In a world where time to market has become a priority consideration, this universal system has the potential to revolutionize the industry.
Gaurab Majumdar, IPC
For the first time, IPC APEX EXPO will host an “India Pavilion,” showcasing 16 Indian companies promoting India’s electronics manufacturing capabilities. The initiative was undertaken by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, and implemented by the Indian government agency, Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) India.
Malcolm Thompson, NextFlex
As the global chip shortage continues, companies may be tempted to put research and development on the backburner to conserve capital and prioritize production. A primary area of focus has been on increasing production capabilities to meet demand. In this drive to increase capacity, R&D has fallen to the wayside as some companies consider scaling back to refocus on the expansion of manufacturing capacity at current technology nodes. This is a hard choice to make for any company, and even R&D giants like Apple, known for its dedicated investments in innovation, have had to cut R&D budgets below original projections.