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DIGICO CÉLÈBRE SES 35 ANS

PRÈS DE 200 INVITÉS ONT PARTICIPÉ À L’ÉVÈNEMENT HAUT EN COULEURS!

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(Laval, 8 mai 2013) C’est devant près de 200 invités, employés, clients et partenaires d’affaires de l’entreprise que le président de Digico, M. Jacques-Étienne Côté, président de Digico, a livré une touchante allocution et invitant son père et fondateur de l’entreprise, M. Michel S. Côté, à le rejoindre à ses côtés, pour rappeler les moments forts de l’entreprise.

 

Cet évènement qui soulignait les 35 années de l’entreprise, le 7 mai dernier, a permis aux invités de profiter d’une visite guidée des installations et d’un chaleureux et inoubliable cocktail, où une magnifique température était au rendez-vous.

 

« Nous sommes très heureux du succès de Digico. Un succès qui est le résultat de l’esprit d’entrepreneuriat de mon père, Michel S. Côté, qui a eu la formidable idée de démarrer Digico, de notre grande équipe professionnelle d’employés, de nos excellents clients et de nos fidèles partenaires d’affaires qui sont de grands conseillers. Nous espérons pouvoir souligner encore de nombreux anniversaires au sein de notre industrie et de la communauté de Laval! », de préciser le président, M. Jacques-Étienne Côté.

 

À propos de Digico

Située au cœur du quartier industriel de Laval et comptant aujourd’hui sur une équipe de 108 professionnels, Digico s’est spécialisée dans l’assemblage de circuits électroniques, de câbles et harnais ainsi qu’en intégration électronique, essais et vérifications pour cinq grands secteurs d’activités, soit : médical, transport, militaire, industriel et sécurité. Au fil des ans, Digico s’est taillé une solide réputation en utilisant une approche innovatrice qui répond de façon précise à l’évolution continue des besoins de ses partenaires.

 

Rappelons que l’entreprise lavalloise a reçu deux prix Dunamis de la Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Laval (Prix « Entreprise manufacturière 2012 » et Prix « Gestion du capital humain 2012 ») et est le premier fabricant canadien de produits électroniques à détenir la certification ISO 13485 relié au secteur médical.

 

Pour de plus amples informations, www.digico.cc

 

DIGICO

950, rue Bergar

Laval (Québec) H7L 5A1

(450) 967-7100

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Répercussion positive à l’acquisition de National Semi par TI

Existing Texas Instruments distributors to sell combined TI and National product portfolio
DALLAS, Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today announced that effective immediately the existing distributors in its global network will integrate National Semiconductor products onto their line cards. This will expose National products to a number of new distributors, and will ensure that customers all over the world have an extensive authorized channel from which to obtain TI’s and National’s newly combined portfolio of almost 45,000 analog products. The move follows TI’s acquisition of National, which was finalized in late September.

TI also said that all of National’s current distribution contracts with Future Electronics will conclude by December 1, 2011.

To find an authorized distributor in your region, see www.ti.com/distribution. For more information on how TI and National are delivering more together, see www.ti.com/deliveringmoretogether.

About TI

Texas Instruments semiconductor innovations help 80,000 customers unlock the possibilities of the world as it could be – smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more fun.  Our commitment to building a better future is ingrained in everything we do – from the responsible manufacturing of our semiconductors, to caring for our employees, to giving back inside our communities.  This is just the beginning of our story.  Learn more at www.ti.com.

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China RoHS II Reloaded

Products requiring Voluntary RoHS Certification

Following the issuance of the Implementation Rules of Voluntary Certification on the Pollution Control of Electronic Information Products on 26 July 2011, the Certification and Accreditation Administration of China and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has issued the Circular on the List of Electronic Information Products requiring Voluntary Certification (First Batch) and Exemptions on 25 August 2011. The Circular of 25 August 2011 includes detailed lists of electronic information products, peripherals, parts and components, and materials requiring voluntary RoHS certification. Also the list of exemptions from voluntary RoHS certification is included.

Pursuant to the Circular on the List of Electronic Information Products requiring Voluntary Certification (First Batch) of 25 August 2011, the following products, peripherals, parts and components, and materials are subject to the voluntary RoHS certification.

1. Electronic information products

  • computer equipment
  • household electronics
  • telecommunication equipment

2. Peripherals

  • mouse, keyboard, hard disk, CD-ROM, memory, sound card, graphic card, external power supply, etc.;
  • remote control, tuner, backlight, PCBA, etc.;
  • print head, toner, etc.;
  • adapter or charger, LCD module, RF module, optical photographing module, etc.

3. Parts and components

  • capacitor, resister, connector, switch, plug & socket, sensor, oscillator, circulator, speaker, headset, printed circuit board, ceramic parts, plastic parts, wire and cable, fiber optic cable, PDP, LCD, CRT, LED, semiconductor transitor, battery, CD, etc.

4. Electronic materials

  •   insulation boards, nickel-based alloy, liquid critical, semiconductor packaging materials, solder, flame retardant, coating materials, ceramic s, glass, etc.

Voluntary China RoHS Certification Rules
On 26 July 2011, the Implementation Rules of Voluntary Certification on the Pollution Control of Electronic Information Products were issued by the Certification and Accreditation Administration of China. The Implementation Rules of 26 July 2011 stipulate all details on coverage of products, types of certification, certification procedure, basic requirement for certification, voluntary RoHS certificate, and certification fees. The Implementation Rules of 26 July 2011 will enter into force on 1 November 2011.

Amongst others, the Implementation Rules of 26 July 2011 are applicable to products, peripherals, parts and components, and materials included in the List of Electronic Information Products requiring Voluntary Certification of Pollution Control.

The Implementation Rules of 26 July 2011 contain the following details:

  • Coverage of products;
  • Types of certification;
  • Certification procedures;
  • Certification requirements;
  • RoHS Certificate;
  • Voluntary Product Certification Mark;

In 2010 and 2011, continuous regulatory work has been and will be done on the subject by the Chinese authorities. Amongst others, the following China RoHS standards have been adopted in May 2011 and will enter into force on 1 August 2011:
Standards on the Requirements of Concentration Limits for Certain Restricted Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products, and
Standards on Electrical and Electronic Products – Measurement of Six Regulated Substances (Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated biphenyls, Polybrominated diphenyl ethers).
One of the key messages here is that the scope of controlled products will be extended from « electronic information products » to « electrical and electronic products », as it was proposed in the Draft Measures for the Pollution Control of Electrical and Electronic Product » of 16 July 2010.

As of July 2011, Chinese authorities are working on the following China RoHS standards which would be soon published:
Marking for Control of Pollution caused by Electrical and Electronic Equipment which would replace SJ/T 11364-2006
Guidance on Risk Assessment for Substances of Certain Hazardous Substances contained in Electrical and Electronic Equipment
General Rules on the Screening of Restricted Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment – X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry
Application Requirement of Soldering Process for Lead Free Component.

Références et crédits:

Progress on China RoHS (June 2011)
China RoHS Regulations in English
China RoHS Webinar (30 Sept. 2011)
China RoHS II Reloaded (September 2011)

Les coûts cachés de la sous-traitance outre-mer

Article très intéressant qui démontre les vrais coûts de la sous-traitance outre-mer.

http://www.circuitree.com/Articles/Cover_Story/BNP_GUID_9-5-2006_A_10000000000001030139

Bringing it All Back Home: The Reshoring Initiative
by John Sprovieri
April 1, 2011