David Savastano, Editor10.15.13
There is a lot of interest in printed electronics (PE), as the possibilities for growth seem strong. As printed electronics makes further inroads into commercialization, more companies are looking at ways to leverage their own capabilities into the PE field.
MGI Group’s August 2013 acquisition of Ceradrop is an ideal example of a company looking to bring its expertise to the PE market. With its leadership position in digital printing and finishing equipment, MGI Digital Graphic Technology provides an excellent fit for Ceradrop, a Limoges, France-based specialist in high end inkjet equipment for printed electronics and new energy technologies.
With headquarters in France and subsidiaries in the U.S. (MGI USA) and Singapore (MGI Asia), MGI is well placed to bring Ceradrop’s technology to the global market. Edmond Abergel, MGI’s CEO, said that the Ceradrop acquisition marks a true expansion in MGI’s vision towards a ne
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