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The Ever-expanding Horizons of PCB Manufacturing: Global Trends and Local Impacts

05/23/2024 | Lea Maurel, ICAPE Group
The global printed circuit board industry is in an unprecedented transformation, driven by a confluence of technological advancements, shifting market dynamics, and geopolitical factors. As the demand for advanced electronics continues to soar, investment in the PCB sector is witnessing a remarkable uptick, with notable developments reshaping the landscape. Concurrently, the emergence of new local PCB shops, defense contracts bolstering supply chain resilience, growth projections across different regions in 2024, and the inflation outlook collectively delineate the evolving panorama of PCB manufacturing.

Accelerated Order Shift Effect from U.S. Tariff Barriers Boosts Utilization Rates at Taiwanese Semiconductor Foundries Beyond Expectations

05/22/2024 | TrendForce
The White House announced new tariffs on Chinese imports on May 14th, including a 50% tariff on semiconductor products manufactured in China, which will take effect by 2025.

SEMICON West 2024 to Spotlight U.S. Chip Industry Investments, Supply Chain Resilience, Talent, and Global Growth and Innovation

05/15/2024 | SEMI
SEMICON West 2024 will gather industry experts and leaders July 9-11 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for insights into the latest trends and innovations in sustainability, supply chain management, workforce development and other critical industry issues.

SEMI Applauds U.S. CHIPS Act Award for Polar Semiconductor Facility in Minnesota

05/14/2024 | SEMI
SEMI, the industry association serving the global semiconductor and electronics design and manufacturing supply chain, applauded the United States Department of Commerce’s announcement of a Preliminary Memorandum of Terms for an award under the CHIPS and Science Act to support the expansion and modernization of Polar Semiconductor’s fab in Minnesota.

American Made Advocacy: What About the Rest of the Technology Stack?

05/14/2024 | Travis Kelly -- Column: American Made Advocacy
Those of us who have been in the industry for any length of time know America manufactures very little of the world’s supply of microelectronics. This happened over decades and was invisible or ignored by policymakers as companies shipped both their ideas and their production to Asia—and made a good profit in the process.
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