manufacturing

Miyoshi warns that loss of key client to hurt next year's EPS by 48.5% - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

MANUFACTURING

Miyoshi warns that loss of "major project" to hurt next year's EPS by 48.5%

The customer plans to consolidate its production presence.
From sugars to semiconductors - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

1000th issue

From sugars to semiconductors

As Singapore's manufacturing sector moves toward high-cost products like semicons, how can it remain competitive?
Additive manufacturing: The sustainable way forward - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

In Focus

Additive manufacturing: The sustainable way forward

Additive manufacturing promotes responsible production and sustainable practices that benefit the environment and businesses
GlobalFoundries to invest US$4 billion for first Singapore expansion in over a decade - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

SEMICONDUCTOR

GlobalFoundries to invest US$4 billion for first Singapore expansion in over a decade

GlobalFoundries has begun construction on a US$4 billion fab plant here in Singapore, and production is expected to start in 2023
STI down 0.49% to 2,841.94 on waning optimism - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

STI watch

STI down 0.49% to 2,841.94 on waning optimism

Week-on-week (w-o-w), the STI dipped 0.24% from last week’s 2,848.78.
Civmec secures A$175 mil in new contracts - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Contracts

Civmec secures A$175 mil in new contracts

The revenue from these contracts will be realised across the company’s metals and minerals, and the oil and gas sectors.
Singapore's bank lending slowed for the sixth month in August - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Banking & finance

Singapore's bank lending slowed for the sixth month in August

August’s bank lending level slipped as loans to businesses and consumers fell.

MANUFACTURING

Top Glove working with US CPB towards 'speedy resolution' on detention order

Malaysian glove manufacturer Top Glove says it's working with US CBP after the agency placed a detention order on gloves made by two of its subsidiaries

MANUFACTURING

Intel considers outsourcing manufacturing; heralds end of era for US chip sector

Intel Corp.’s decision to consider outsourcing manufacturing heralds the end of an era in which the company, and the US, dominated the semiconductor industry.
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