Oppo to set up Rs 22 billion smartphone manufacturing unit in Greater Noida

Smartphone maker Oppo Mobiles is planning to invest around Rs 22 billion in India for a mobile phone manufacturing facility. The proposed investment will be at Greater Noida. The company has submitted documents related to the proposed project to the Environment Ministry and said that...

“Expanding our business with OEMs has helped us grow substantially”

A business strategy that has helped Digi-Key become the fifth-largest electronic component distributor globally is ‘No minimum order requirement and same day shipping’. In an interaction with Rahul Chopra of the EFY Group, Dave Doherty, president and chief operating...

ELCINA-EFY awards 2011-12 announced

Sam Pitroda urges electronics industry to take risk and start indigenous manufacturing Government is sure that with the implementation of the manufacturing policy, the electronics industry will progress rapidly and will achieve higher value addition The 37th ELCINA-EFY awards 2011-12 for...

Adopt traceability systems in electronics manufacturing

The need for traceability is usually driven by customers, specific industry standards, or by a country's legislation, hence becoming a prerequisite to running a successful business. Besides, as complexity increases, so does the need for traceability. The more complex...

The latest in SMT inspection systems

Wednesday, August 14, 2013: Over the years, automated optical inspection (AOI) systems and solder paste inspection (SPI) systems have become essential tools in PCB assembly lines, particularly in industries where tough quality and safety standards apply. It is not just...

Nokia and T-Mobile Sign US$ 3.5 Billion Deal for 5G Network

While T-Mobile will use the deal to offer first 5G services to the US, Nokia will use the same to boost its output that has been flagged from 4G generation Finnish smartphone giant, Nokia, has entered a deal worth US$...

Mumbai lacks a show representing entire electronics ecosystem

Mumbai mainly has exhibitions and events that cater to niche segments. Figures show that the electronics industry in India’s western region has been growing fast in terms of manufacturing and is a clear leader in the trading of electronic...

Does implementing Lean Six Sigma make business sense?

No matter how friendly government policies are towards manufacturing, companies have to eliminate non-value added activities in order to enhance their performance towards quality, cost and delivery to survive in this competitive and globalised market. And the best way to achieve this is by adopting Lean Six Sigma

EMS Technologies: Pioneering Indian Manufacturer of Electronics Manufacturing Equipment

EMST credits the success of its machines to their reputation for reliability. The management team claims that the firm’s technology tie-ups led to robust product designs, which were backed by the guarantee of reliable parts even during the process...

Why STB manufacturing is not picking up in India

With the current trend indicating a drop in CRT TV and rise in LCD TV sales, why aren’t Indian manufacturers moving in fast to churn out set top boxes? Here’s a look at why imports still rule the roost

EMST unveils AOI/AXI systems for electronics manufacturing in India

EMST Marketing Pvt Ltd is part of the Electronica Group of companies based at Pune, India. The Group has diverse activities in many segments such as machine tools, metrology, plastics, electronics etc., with a Group turnover of around Rs....

Haier expands Manufacturing Facility in Pune, Plans to invest RS. 490 Crore

Leading home appliances and consumer electronics company, Haier has expanded its manufacturing facility in Pune, for which the company is eyeing to invest Rs.490 crore. By Belal Khan The move aims to boost the employment opportunities at Haier by 167 per...

With over 20 years of expertise in EMS, Simmtronics has evolved into a brand

Having established a strong foothold in the EMS business, Simmtronics now wants to become a leader in innovative IT design and development By Nitasha Chawla Wednesday, January 15, 2014: Known as the largest tablet PC manufacturer in India, Simmtronics Semiconductors Ltd has...

Govt Mulls Credit Guarantee, Interest Subsidy On Loans For Electronic Manufacturers

The government is considering credit guarantee for term loans of up to Rs 100 crore as well as interest subsidy on loans up to Rs 1,000 crore for electronic manufacturing companies.  In a recent report PTI stated that the Ministry...

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