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News Article | February 21, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

Creation Technologies, a private company and 25-year leader in creating transformative design and manufacturing solutions for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), today announced it has received the ‘Highest Overall Customer Rating’ Service Excellence Award. 2017 marks Creation Technologies’ third consecutive year winning in its category of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers with annual revenues over $500 million. The award was presented by Circuits Assembly during a ceremony at IPC Apex Expo in San Diego. The Service Excellence Awards (SEAs) are judged entirely on third-party, customer feedback across the categories of Responsiveness, Value for Price, Dependability, Quality, and Technology. As the ‘Highest Overall Customer Rating’ Award Winner, Creation Technologies received the highest score in all five of the individual service categories. “Winning the Highest Overall Customer Rating for the third year in a row and being recognized by our customers in this prestigious way is such an honor,” said Creation Technologies President and CEO, Bhawnesh Mathur. “It’s a testament to the daily hard work, entrepreneurialism and collaboration between so many people – our Creation team, our customers’ teams, our suppliers’ teams – to deliver the business results for our two-hundred-plus OEM customers that clearly make Creation stand out. We couldn’t be more delighted to win this Highest Overall SEA as Creation’s 25th Anniversary year comes to a close…and our 26th Anniversary year begins! We are extremely excited about what 2017 holds for Creation and for our customers.” The Service Excellence Awards are sponsored by leading industry analyst, Circuits Assembly, and are open to EMS providers and electronics assembly equipment, materials and software suppliers worldwide. The EMS companies with the highest scores in each of five individual service categories also received awards. (Overall winners like Creation Technologies were excluded from winning individual categories). Electronics assembly equipment Award Winners were Europlacer Americas for pick-and-place; Speedprint for screen printing; Kyzen for cleaning/processing materials; MIRTEC for test and inspection; Indium for materials; Nordson Asymtek for dispensing; ECD for soldering equipment; Aegis Industrial Software for automation/manufacturing software; and Count On Tools for automation/handling equipment. Creation Technologies congratulates all category winners for their achievements.


Buetow M.,Circuits Assembly
Printed Circuit Design and Fab/Circuits Assembly | Year: 2010

Several semiconductor companies displayed their innovative technologies at the PCB West trade show held in September 2010. One of the companies, National Instruments released an upgrade to its MultiSim and Ultiboard suite for design optimization, schematic capture and SPICE simulation. The new release will include upgrades to handle power components, simulation improvements, IPC land patterns, more user-defined functionality, and stronger encryption. SFM Technology introduced its PackageWright tool combining an online database of thousands of package models with footprint generation capability and an ECAD-MCAD library synchronization service. The tool supports flow from MCAD-ECAD and back. AcAe introduced its DART ECAD conversion tool that runs on Linux and Windows, verifies netlists and copper, and permits use of libraries and symbols. Mentor Graphics introduced its latest FloTherm thermal analysis tool, which helps designers identify thermal bottlenecks and shortcuts where new thermal paths would cool the design faster.


Buetow M.,Circuits Assembly
Printed Circuit Design and Fab/Circuits Assembly | Year: 2010

AsteelFlash, an EMS Company has witnessed significant growth in its business over the years. Asteel acquired Flash Electronics in February 2008 and also purchased UK-based MRP Electronics that led to the tremendous growth in its sales. Lean manufacturing and design rules are uniform across the company and quality documentation also is instituted globally. The company's third factory in Tunisia is scheduled to come online by mid 2011 and will double the contract electronics manufacturer's capacity there to 390,000 sq. ft. The company also plans to add 1,500 workers, for a total of 2,500 by 2014. AsteelFlash is able to produce for companies with $10 million to $20 million in revenue. The company can take a project with three factories together in Europe, Asia and the US and work with only one team in front of the customer. AsteelFlash is expected to witness expansion in the future with the acquisitions in Mexico and on the East Coast in the US, in addition to other countries in Europe.


Buetow M.,Circuits Assembly | Drysdale C.,Circuits Assembly
Printed Circuit Design and Fab/Circuits Assembly | Year: 2010

Apex 2010, North America's largest electronics manufacturing equipment show, displayed latest technologies in electronics. Juki displayed JX-100 placement machine, now inline, with the potential for small-volume and NPI. New were the JX-100 LED and FX-3XL, which places 60,000 cph. Assembléon offered a Twin Placement Robot for certain placement lines. The size of a feeder trolley and with two moving heads, TPR is designed to place DRAM and large modules. The company also now will sell its A5 placement machines and MCP printers in Asia. Siemens showed a novel changeable gantry whereby an existing Siplace SX line could be converted from or into a dual-gantry machine. Universal Instruments showcased six product lines, including surface mount, semiconductor assembly, insertion machine, final assembly and automation, operational services and feeders. DuPont, the materials giant showed a plethora of new materials, perhaps the most interesting of which was the CB500 removable conductive silver plating ink, a screen-printed ink for selective electroplating.


News Article | February 28, 2017
Site: www.businesswire.com

CARLSBAD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nordson ASYMTEK, a Nordson company (NASDAQ: NDSN), announces that it has been honored with the Circuits Assembly 2017 Service Excellence Award (SEA). Nordson ASYMTEK was recognized for receiving the highest ratings for customer service for companies in the dispensing equipment category. Each company was judged by its own customers in five service categories – quality, value, responsiveness, dependability/on-time delivery, and technology. Nordson ASYMTEK has won all 13 years they have entered the award. “In today’s highly technical and specialized world, it’s not enough to offer good products,” said Peter Bierhuis, president, Nordson ASYMTEK. “We must support our customers with the tools they need to be competitive. These characteristics are exactly what the Service Excellence Awards encourage and measure. ASYMTEK has always taken the extra steps with both our equipment and our global sales, applications, and service teams to deliver on every aspect of customer service. Our customers’ recognition of our teams’ work is highly appreciated.” The award was presented to Joe Curran, manager, Field Service Engineering, Nordson ASYMTEK, at a ceremony held during the IPC APEX Expo in San Diego, CA. The awards program is sponsored by Circuits Assembly, part of UP Media Group Inc., which serves the global printed circuit board community. Nordson ASYMTEK is a world leader in precision fluid dispensing, conformal coating, and jetting technologies. For information contact Nordson ASYMTEK at info@nordsonasymtek.com, call +1 760-431-1919, or visit our website www.nordsonasymtek.com. Nordson ASYMTEK, a world leader in precision fluid dispensing, conformal coating, and jetting technologies, designs and manufactures dispensing and coating systems, supported by an award-winning global applications and service network for over 30 years. To find out more, visit www.NordsonASYMTEK.com, or on social media. Nordson Corporation delivers precision technology solutions that help customers succeed worldwide. Precision dispensing of adhesives, coatings, sealants, biomaterials, and other fluids, plastic extrusion and injection molding, electronics testing and inspecting, and surface preparation are supported by applications expertise and direct global support. Nordson serves consumer non-durable, durable and high-technology markets, specializing in packaging, nonwovens, electronics, medical, energy, transportation, construction, and product assembly. Founded in 1954, headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, USA, Nordson has operations and support offices in 30+ countries. Connect with Nordson at www.nordson.com and on social media.

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