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Taiwan-based EMS firm Compal Electronics Inc. has reported consolidated revenue of NT$ 64.545 billion ($2.075 billion at $1:NT$31.10) for May 2015, representing month-on-month growth of 4.7% but a year-on-year decline of 5.1%.
Year-to-date revenue reached NT$ 324.484 billion ($10.43 billion), up by 9.7% compared with the same period last year.
Mining for Metals Requires a Long View
06/15/2022 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Nolan Johnson talks with Shaun Dykes, a 50-year expert in the mining industry. Dykes gives a concise primer on mining development, and the amount of time and effort required to develop and supply the mineral resources we depend upon for the manufacture of printed circuit boards. There are many factors that play into when and where a mine is developed—and what can prevent a mine from ever producing minerals.
What You Need to Know About the Digital Factory
01/03/2020 | Barry Matties, Publisher, I-Connect007
Barry Matties spoke with Oren Manor, director of business development for Mentor, A Siemens Business, during productronica about the many benefits of a digital factory and what’s keeping companies from becoming one. Oren also gives examples of big data analytics along with the move to a lot size of one.
IPC: Trump’s FY2020 Budget Plan Kicks Off U.S. Policy Debates
03/22/2019 | Ken Schramko, IPC Government Relations
Within the last week, U.S. President Trump released his $4.7 trillion fiscal 2020 budget plan, kicking off the annual federal budget process. IPC is watching several budget debates that could impact the electronics industry and its supply chain.