Electronics News for October 2009

Electronics News Archive

U.S. Industrial Production Inches Upward in September

Industrial production rose 0.7% in September after an upwardly revised gain of 1.2% in August, according to a newly released report from the Federal Reserve.

IPC Releases Worldwide Annual Printed Circuit Boards Report IPC Releases Worldwide Annual Printed Circuit Boards Report

The Association Connecting Electronic Industries, IPC, has released its Worldwide Annual Printed Circuit Boards Report. The release projects double-digit declines for 2009.

Elsyca Launches Lecture Series on Electrochemical Processes

Representatives from Elsyca, a Leuven, Belguim-based company specializing in numerical modelling technology to predict and optimize electrochemical processes such as electroplating, plans to hold a Lecture Series on “Transport Phenomena in Electrochemical Processes” at the world renown von Karman Institute in Belgium from Nov. 30–Dec. 4, 2009.

DYMAX Taps Industry Veteran to Head up Regulatory Affairs, Quality Control

DYMAX, Corporation, a manufacturer of advanced light-curable adhesives, coatings, and curing equipment, has announced the appointment of Peter Zazzaro as global director of quality and regulatory affairs. In his new position, Zazzaro will report directly to Greg Bachmann, president.

IPC Releases Monthly Report on Printed Circuit Board Shipments

The monthly North American printed circuit board report from the Association Connecting Electronic Industries, IPC, shows declines among both shipments and bookings.