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IPC Relaunches New Website to Better Serve the Electronics Manufacturing Industry in Mexico and Spanish Speakers Worldwide

07/12/2024 | IPC
IPC, the global authority in electronics manufacturing, is proud to announce the relaunch of its IPC Mexico website, designed to better serve the needs of the electronics manufacturing industry in Mexico and Spanish-speaking professionals worldwide.

Material Insight: Diversifying PCB Manufacturing Through Nearshoring

06/26/2024 | Dr. Preeya Kuray -- Column: Material Insight
In recent years, there has been a notable shift in the electronics manufacturing supply chain landscape. However, the global supply chain for the domestic PCB industry has been steadily shifting since the 1980s, when the United States began offshoring PCB manufacturing to other countries. But because of the quality control issues, rising international tariffs, and unclear intellectual property protection involved in offshoring, reshoring has become a particularly hot topic.

Kimball Electronics Mexico Spreads Cheer with Toy Donation and Volunteer Efforts

06/21/2024 | Kimball Electronics
Kimball Electronics Mexico recently joined forces with other manufacturing companies to bring smiles to the faces of children in need by volunteering at the Mariposa Food House.

TRI Expands with New Office in Guadalajara, Mexico

06/19/2024 | TRI
Test Research, Inc. (TRI), the leading Test and Inspection systems provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, recently opened a new office in Guadalajara, Mexico, to accommodate the industry's rapid growth.

Where Is the China Business Going?

06/19/2024 | Nolan Johnson, SMT007 Magazine
We met with Milwaukee Electronics’ CEO Jered Stoehr and Vice President of Sales Paul Forker to discuss the evolving dynamics of Mexico's role in global trade, particularly in comparison to China. The recent increase in trade with Mexico, due to the impact of tariffs on business opportunities, and the shift of some companies from China to Mexico stemming from factors like cost competitiveness and geopolitical risks, have been key to Mexico’s position as the number one trade partner with the U.S.
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