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  1. Fine Ceramics in Space

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Kyocera, one of the leading ceramic manufacturers, presents its products relevant to aerospace and astronomy applications at Space Tech Expo 2019 in Bremen from November 19th-21st.

    Cordierite mirror CordieriteCordierite is an extremely low thermal expansion ceramic, which is ideal for light-weight designs of mirrors and telescopes. The forming capabilities of Kyocera allow for a more efficient processing and light-weightin...

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  2. Kyocera Completed Acquisition of Advanced Ceramic Business of Germany-based Friatec GmbH

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Acquisition further expands Kyocera’s fine ceramics sector in Europe.

    Kyocera Fineceramics Solutions GmbH in Mannheim, Germany Acquisition Background and ObjectivesSince its founding in 1959, Kyocera has provided advanced ceramic components for a wide range of markets, including industrial machinery, information dev...

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  3. Kyocera and Ube Industries Form Joint Venture to Manufacture Ceramic Filters for 5G Base Stations

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Ceramic filters contribute to the deployment of 5G communication networks

    Under the agreement, Kyocera will acquire 51 % of the shares of Ube Electronics, Ltd. (herein “Ube Electronics”; President: Hiroyuki Ikeuchi), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ube Industries. Kyocera and Ube Industries will then establish a joint venture...

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  4. Kyocera presents its full scope of ceramic components in UK

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    One of the internationally leading ceramic manufacturers, which recently grew its presence in Europe by acquiring a ceramic production in Germany, will demonstrate its full range of ceramic products at Ceramics UK which is taking place on July 10th and 11th, 2019 in Telford, UK.

    Since its establishment in 1959, Kyocera has supplied components for a wide range of markets including industrial equipment, communications devices, medical devices, and renewable energy equipment. Kyocera also supports the progress of numerous other...

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  5. Kyocera to Acquire Advanced Ceramic Business of Germany-based Friatec GmbH

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Acquisition strengthens Kyocera’s production and sales infrastructure in Europe

    Headquarters of Friatec GmbH in Mannheim Acquisition Background and Objectives  Since its founding in 1959, Kyocera has provided advanced ceramic components for a wide range of markets, including industrial machinery, information devices, medical ...

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  6. Approval of Kyocera’s Acquisition of the Ownership of H.C. Starck Ceramics GmbH complete

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Acquisition Background and Objectives Through the acquisition of H.C. Starck Ceramics, which brings with it fine ceramic manufacturing assets in Europe, production lineup, and innovative technologies, Kyocera aims to further expand its fine ceramic b...

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  7. Kyocera is set to exhibit at Ceramics UK

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Kyocera will be presenting ceramic parts which are mainly used in semiconductor components and equipment, automotive modules, aerospace and general industry. Our Fine Ceramics Division's Business Development Manager Mr. Adarsh Sagar was inter...

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  8. Kyocera set to present its innovations - cordierite and many other fine ceramic components - at this year’s Hannover Messe

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    The leading Japanese ceramic manufacturer, which has consistently brought high-tech ceramics to the market, will demonstrate its expertise again at Hannover Messe 2019 which is taking place from April 1st to 5th.

    Cordierite is distinguished by its low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) and versatility in machining it into highly complex parts. The weight of the designed components can be reduced by almost 70 percent when compared to that of conventional l...

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  9. Kyocera to Acquire 100% Ownership of H.C. Starck Ceramics GmbH, a Germany-based Manufacturer of Advanced Ceramics

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Headquarters building of H.C. Starck Ceramics GmbH Acquisition Background and Objectives Since its establishment in 1959, Kyocera has provided components for a wide range of markets including industrial equipment, communications devices, medical d...

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  10. Kyocera wins Supplier Award

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Donation to "Aktion Luftballon" at Lukaskrankenhaus (from left: Thomas Böhm, Daniela Faust-Rogausch, Rafael Schröer, Prof. Guido Engelmann, Dr. Adarsh Sagar and Hiroki Maekawa) The event was held at their headquarters in Veldhoven, The Netherla...

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  11. Kyocera presents a firework display of innovations at the electronica 2018

    • Automotive Components
    • Electronic Components & Devices
    • Fine Ceramic Components
    • LCDs and Touch Solutions
    • Organic Materials
    • Semiconductor Components

    Once again Kyocera presents its diverse product range - from displays to semiconductor components - at the electronica in Munich. The manufacturer is located at stand 536 in Hall B6 from the 13th to 16th of November.

    0.5 mm-pitch FPC/FFC connectors 6892 series Industry 4.0: Clear perspective and tangible feedbackThe Kyocera display division shows innovative micro-LEDs for the first time. Differently to LCDs, micro-LED pixels are self-illuminating and consis...

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  12. KYOCERA Group to Exhibit Innovative Technologies and Products at CEATEC JAPAN 2018 Tradeshow Oct. 16-19

    • Automotive Components
    • Electronic Components & Devices
    • Fine Ceramic Components
    • LCDs and Touch Solutions
    • Organic Materials
    • Semiconductor Components

    From automotive technologies to energy management solutions, a wide range of Kyocera’s technologies for connected society will be on display

    Mobility A safe and comfortable mobility society will be realized through advanced driver assistance systems and connected-car solutions. The latest systems utilizing Kyocera’s advanced devices infused with Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmente...

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  13. KYOCERA exhibited Fine Ceramic Components at Germany’s Hannover Messe

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    The company showcased industrial fine ceramic innovations for a wide range of applications including electronics, automotive systems, and machinery

    Fine Ceramic Components As a world leader in fine ceramics, Kyocera displayed advanced materials and components in eight industrial categories: life sciences, vacuum components, semiconductors, electronics, sapphire, information technology, mach...

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