We are quite proud of the year’s slate of EMSNOW Executive Interviews. They represent an interesting array of EMS companies of all sizes across the globe that have risen to the challenges of the EMS industry. We enjoyed…
Interlatin is a team of highly qualified engineers with a long history of innovation and leadership in consulting, testing, design and manufacturing of tools for the electronics industry in Mexico. Recently, Interlatin was honored with two industry awards for its “Cobra” stencil solution. EMSNOW Mexico sat down with Interlatin’s Jim Villalvazo to find out more about this award and the future of innovation in Mexico.
IKOR is a global EMS serving customers on all five continents and all key, emerging and mature markets from plants in Spain, Mexico and China. Recently, IKOR was acquired by ebm-papst; in addition, the company welcomed as it new corporate sales director Marco Duarte, who spent 10 years with ebm-papst. We caught up with Marco recently because the merger of a fan and motor manufacturer with an EMS is not something that happens every day, and we wanted to find out more about the strategy.
AIM is a leading global manufacturer of solder assembly materials for the electronics industry with facilities located throughout North and South America, EMEA, and Asia. The company recognized the need to provide dedicated local support while keeping a global perspective. They have solidified their global presence by expanding into more than a dozen support and manufacturing facilities throughout the world, including Mexico. We caught up with AIM’s National Sales Manager in Mexico, Oscar Lopez to find out more about AIM Mexico.
SMTC is a mid-size provider of end-to-end electronics manufacturing services (EMS) with facilities in United States, Mexico, China and Canada. The company has been in the news recently when they announced they were pulling out of China in response to the tariff war. EMSNOW caught up with SMTC’s CEO, Ed Smith for more insights.
IEC Electronics specializes in providing manufacturing services for advanced technology companies whose products are highly complex and must conform to the industry’s highest levels of quality and reliability. The company has opted to locate all three of its manufacturing facilities in the U.S. We caught up with IEC’s CEO Jeffrey Schlarbaum to learn more about this strategy to specialize in these products with this geographic footprint.
HANZA’s mission is to “modernize and streamline the manufacturing industry.” They aim to do this through shorter lead times with more environmentally friendly processes and increased profitability for clients by….
Manufacturing-as-a-Service is starting to gain momentum and has the potential to disrupt the world of EMS, promising greater control, agility and a frictionless purchasing process. Companies in this space have raised a good deal of interest from buyers and investors alike.
EMSNOW Publisher, Eric Miscoll is joined by special guests Juan Arango, Managing Director of Koh Young Technology and Elliot Shev, General Manager of Sumitronics USA Inc., along with co-host and journalist, Philip Stoten to chat...
EMSNOW gets a quick update from Thibaut de Vaureix, Sales Director Europe, IMI at electronica 2018 on the latest developments in their markets, including expansion of services and capacity. Filmed on location at Electronica 2018...