Kitron is a leading Scandinavian Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) company, delivering improved flexibility, cost efficiency, and innovation power through the value chain.
The company has operations in Norway, Sweden, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, China and the United States.
With about 1800 highly skilled employees, Kitron manufactures and delivers anything from fully assembled electronic circuit boards to complete end products for customers globally.
Related technical services like prototyping, industrialisation, material analysing and test development are also key competencies offered by Kitron.
Kitron expands services with a major existing customer to cover the production of battery management systems. The new award initially covers 2022 to 2025 and is valued at NOK 150 million. Production will take place at Kitron's plant in Poland.
Sea-Air-Space Exposition is now the largest maritime exposition in the U.S. and continues as an invaluable extension of the Navy League's mission of maritime policy education and sea service support.
Founded in 2002, electronica China is now one of the leading platforms for electronic components, systems and applications.
The Norwegian Defence and Security Industries Association (FSi) is exhibition, where FSi member companies will be exhibiting, and it will be an excellent opportunity to get an overview of Norwegian Defence Industries.
It is a one-day industry exhibition, featuring discussions and exhibits on advanced and emerging technologies in printed circuit board design, the current component situation, as well as the latest innovations within electronics assembly technologies.
Kitron reported quarterly figures showing a solid end to a full year characterized by exceptional growth and margin expansion.
Kitron presented Q4 2020 results on 11 February 2021 at 8:30 CET.
Kitron reported strong growth and record profit for the Q3 2020 driven by the Medical devices, Defence/Aerospace and Industry sectors.
This article will focus on new a flexible custom made automated optical inspection (AOI) device.
150,000 people in Norway have heart fibrillation, 50,000 of them are unaware of it, in addition anyone over the age of 65 is basically in the risk group.
This article will focus on developing new solutions with 3D-printing, some of the projects we have done and the road from prototype to production.
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