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October 2014 • SMT Magazine 77 e standard for solar module assemblies Debuts ipC-8701, Final Acceptance Criteria Standard for pv Modules-Final Module Assembly, was written as a first step toward providing an infrastructure that will help companies increase volumes, hold costs down, and obtain common acceptance require- ments between customers and manufacturers. f hanza Presents 1h results; begins acquisition strategy "Business-wise, it was a wait-quarter. Activity-wise, it was an intense quarter, with the listing on First North, the relocation of production and launch of a new product for manufacturing solutions. we are also pleased how our business model provides us new customers and contracts," said Erik Sten- fors, CEO. g Key tronic completes acquisition of cDr manufacturing key Tronic Corporation has signed a definitive agreement and completed the acquisition of Cdr Manufacturing, inc. (dba Ayrshire Electronics) for $46.9 million in cash. h sigmatron Disappointed with Q1 Fiscal 2015 results SigmaTron international, inc., an EMS company, has reported revenues and earnings for the fiscal quarter ended July 31, 2014. revenues decreased to $54.9 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2015 from $56.2 million for the same quarter in the prior year. i natel ems embraces "hands-free" assembly Line When it comes to producing intricate microelec- tronic assemblies, components manufacturer Na- tel Engineering Co. inc. is saying goodbye to man- ual labor. The company has invested $1.7 million in developing, purchasing, and installing equip- ment for a "hands-free" assembly line, bringing the technology to the tiniest of parts: integrated circuits. j Deswell Posts 19.7% sales Drop in Fiscal 1Q 2015 net sales for the first quarter ended June 30, 2014 were $8.9 million, a decrease of 19.7% compared to net sales of $11.1 million for the same quarter ended June 30, 2013. October 2014 • SMT Magazine 77 for the latest smt news— anywhere, anytime.

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