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22 submissions from 12 countries were recorded at this year’s OE-A Competition (photo: OE-A)

Winners of OE-A Competition 2020 announced


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From automotive to healthcare and everything in between: Companies and institutes from all around the globe submitted their latest products and demonstrators in the area of organic and printed electronics to the OE-A Competition 2020. Annually organised by OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), a working group within VDMA, this competition challenges the printed electronics industry.

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TaktoTek’s cleanroom facility (photo: TactoTek)

TactoTek and Lightworks partner for lighting innovations in vehicles


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TactoTek (Oulu, Finland), developer, industrialiser and licenser of in-mould structural electronics (IMSE), andLightworks GmbH (Holzkirchen, Germany), a leading automotive lighting design and engineering consultancy, announced their collaboration on in-mould lighting solutions. Together the companies will accelerate the development and use of in-mould lighting for styling and function for vehicle interiors and exteriors.

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Sensirion has increased production during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic (photo: Sensirion)

Sensirion: How sensors save lives


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Sensirion (Staefa, Switzerland), a leader for environmental and flow sensors, is ready to face the challenge posed by the current economic situation. The need for ventilators is on the rise across the globe. These are systems for which Sensirion provides the sensors. The company’s employees are following strict hygiene and safety measures and doing all they can to meet the increased demand for life-saving sensors.

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The coronavirus epidemic has a significant impact on the industry (photo: @padrinan – pixabay.com)

Nanogate expects significant negative effects from coronavirus pandemic, applies for financial aid from KfW Promotional Bank


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Nanogate SE (Göttelborn, Germany), a leading global technology company for design-oriented, multifunctional components and surfaces, is expecting the coronavirus pandemic to have significant negative effects on sales, earnings and liquidity in the 2020 fiscal year. To ensure the continued existence of the group, Nanogate is applying for financial aid from the promotional bank KfW and is planning considerable cost cutting, including government-subsidised short-time work.

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Sun Chemical has issued a statement concerning the situation of the supply chains during the ongoing coronavirus crisis (photo: @geralt – pixabay.com)

Sun Chemical issues updated supply chain statement


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As the Coronavirus (also referred to as COVID-19) spreads, Sun Chemical (Parsippany, New Jersey) continues to monitor the changing economic landscape and the impact to its global supply chain. In response, the company has issued the following statement from Jeffrey Shaw, chief supply chain officer.

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