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High tech industries united
The sector association Electronics, Micro and Nano Technologies (EMINT), newly founded in 2014, unites four of the most innovative sub-sectors of mechanical engineering. Future topics such as autonomous driving, renewable energies, electric mobility or microtechnologies are inconceivable without the know-how of our members.
The German manufacturers of solar equipment increased their total sales by 12 per cent, while incoming orders rose by 26 per cent compared with the previous quarter. Nevertheless, expectations for the 4th quarter are subdued. Order intake in Asia shows a strong Malaysian market.
The current business climate survey by VDMA Battery Production shows the growth expectations of machine and plant manufacturers in battery production. Sales growth of 4 percent is expected for the current year. By 2020, the figure should even be 9 percent - and this in an environment of global economic weakness and trade disputes.
The German manufacturers of components, machines and systems for electronics production are expecting a sales increase of 6.4 percent for the current year. This means that the figures at the same time last year were exactly maintained. This is the result of the current VDMA business climate survey on German Productronic.
VDMA sector association Electronics, Micro and Nano Technologies has now a close cooperation with the VDMA China Office in Shanghai. The member companies get additional support and services for their business in China.
Jérôme Azémar, Project Development Director at Yole Développement (Yole), offers in his presentation at the EMINT spring meting an overview of the lithography industry on "More than Moore" devices. This article is a brief introduction to his presentation, which he will give on 11 April in Veldhoven (NL) at the VDMA conference. Technology trends, industry trends and market data come from the extensive collection of reports published by Yole Développement during the year. Reports on wafer launches for More Than Moore applications, industry status quo for advanced packaging and laser technologies for semiconductor manufacturing are part of this collection.
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