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Murata Manufacturing Company Ltd. is continuing its advancement toward globalization. Expansion of manufacturing capacity outside Japan will continue in 2013. Recent acquisitions of RFM and VTI offer significant customer benefits, such as enhanced product development and manufacturing capabilities, expertise in new markets and access to the Murata global supply chain.
Cornell Dubilier Electronics Inc. announced that it has acquired the Orange Drop® film capacitor product lines and all other radial product lines from capacitor maker SBE Inc. (dba SB Electronics) of Barre, VT.
Microwave Marketing and Linwave Technology have jointly moved into Marlin Building by Karl McCartney, Member of Parliament for Lincoln, from 3 sites in the local Doddington Rd area. Mr McCartney took time to meet staff and customers during tour of the facility and product presentations.
M2 Global Technology Ltd. has been recognized by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) with the Texas Manufacturing Star Award, which was presented to the company by TWC Chairman Tom Pauken last month. The award recognizes the positive impact M2 Global has had on manufacturing in Texas and in the San Antonio community. Since its inception, the company has increased its workforce by 58 percent.
Technologies essential to the latest smartphones and tablets mean that the analog integrated circuit (IC) industry can look forward to guaranteed expansion over the next few years, states a new report by business intelligence providers GBI Research.
Rohde & Schwarz is investing €52 million in Singapore’s economy over the next three years. The investment includes a brand new €35 million building at Changi Business Park.
SemiGen Inc. announced that its white paper on contract manufacturing, “The Advantages of Outsourcing Your RF/Microwave Assembly to an Onshore Contractor,” is now available for download at www.semigen.net.
Richardson Electronics Ltd., a global provider of engineered and distributed solutions for the RF, microwave and display markets, announces the hiring of Daniel S. Nickolai as vice president of manufacturing. Nickolai will be responsible for strengthening Richardson Electronics’ manufacturing capabilities and positioning the company for future growth.