On 10th October 2017, when the Herose Group and Mack Valves revealed the successful conclusion of their discussions to create a joint venture company, it brought together two of the leading players in the industrial and cryogenic gas valves business.
We are, very much, in the digital age. We are more digitized and connected than ever before, as we are all too well aware. Against this backdrop, digitization of industry is coming to the fore as both a topic and a very real trend that we need to quickly get on-board with.
Rewind 3 to 4 years, and much of the conjecture in the electronics business surrounded the next wave of expected technologies and wafer fabrication processes, from 450mm wafers to 14 nanometer (14nm) node transistors to lithographic patterning.
The electronics industry is entering a new period of clarity and confidence, gasworld understands, as it converges with conviction on the technology roadmaps of its future. Like most other industries, however, the electronics sector is still under significant pressure to address increased process
Electronic Fluorocarbons (EFC), headquartered in Massachusetts, utilizes the latest technology for the purification and microanalysis of its legacy fluorinated specialty gases and rare gases for the medical and electronics semiconductor manufacturing industries.
In 2016, China manufactured 2.1 billion sets of mobile phone, a 13.6% increase from 1.81 billion sets in 2015, and a one billion units increase over five years. This is just a simple example of how the electronics industry in China is booming, at an astounding rate.