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FEATURE STORY

Machines

MAKTEK Eurasia Fair 2012
The fair, held between October 2 and 7, showcased a total of 1,000 fully-assembled machinesThe MAKTEK Eurasia 2012 Fair, organized by TIAD with the support of the Ministry of Science, ... more

Automation & Robotics

Recent projects in SEE industry
Bulgaria’s Oliva build new energy efficient facilityThe European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is continuing its drive to develop Bulgaria’s promising agribusiness sector by providing long-term financing to local producers ... more

Automation & Robotics

Automotive parts manufacturing in Bulgaria
Automotive parts manufacturing constitutes one of the fastest growing sectors in Bulgaria. Over 90% of automotive enterprises are privately owned and produce mainly for the domestic market. The sector is ... more

Balkan business climate is going better
Businesses in Southeast Europe are finding it easier to operate as governments cut red tape, a new World Bank reports saysMany countries in the region been actively reforming their business ... more

Electronics

Medical Electronics Industry in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia
The following article presents the results of an extensive survey organized by South-East European INDUSTRIAL Market (SEEIM) magazine with manufacturers of medical electronics (including dental, laboratory and cosmetic devices) in ... more

Electronics

Embedded Intelligence Enables Digital Authentication in Medical Devices
Jonathan Dillon, Microchip TechnologyIntroductionIt is critical that replaceable or disposable accessories for medical devices have a method of proving that the correct accessory, or attachment, is being used. If incorrect ... more

Electronics

MCUs go wireless
Ralf Hickl, Rutronik Elektronische BauelementeAnyone wanting to expand an existing device to include wireless technology usually connects a transceiver to the microcontroller. It sounds simple, but it isn’t. It requires ... more

Electronics

Interview with Markus Stieger-Bircher, Chief Operating Officer of R&M
Bulgaria is going to be one of the major strategic locations for R&MInterview with Markus Stieger-Bircher, Chief Operating Officer of R&M, on the occasion of the grand opening of the ... more

Electronics

Interview with  Encho Pondev, CEO of TAURUS-93 Ltd.
The most important characteristics of our company policy are responsiveness to customers’ needs, production flexibility and high quality productsInterview with Encho Pondev, CEO of TAURUS-93 Ltd.Dear Mr. Pondev, could you ... more

Electronics

Interview with Mr. Dimitar Rachev, CEO of Futurel
We are trying to increase the significance of the electronics and electronic industry in BulgariaInterview with Mr. Dimitar Rachev, CEO of FuturelDear Mr. Rachev, for 20 years now Futurel is ... more

Automation & Robotics

Interview with Wilhelm Wurm,Geschaeftsfuehrer der Lenze Antriebstechnik Niederlassungen in Ost- und Suedosteuropa
Herr Wurm, Lenze ist einer der weltweit fuehrenden Spezialisten in Sachen Antriebs- und Automatisierungstechnik mit mehr als 60 Jahren Erfahrung. Wie ist das Unternehmen in Suedosteuropa bzw. in Bulgarien aufgestellt?Sie ... more

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Medical Electronics Industry in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia

The following article presents the results of an extensive survey organized by South-East European INDUSTRIAL Market (SEEIM) magazine with manufacturers of medical electronics (including dental, laboratory and cosmetic devices) in ... more

Embedded Intelligence Enables Digital Authentication in Medical Devices

Jonathan Dillon, Microchip TechnologyIntroductionIt is critical that replaceable or disposable accessories for medical devices have a method of proving that the correct accessory, or attachment, is being used. If incorrect ... more

MCUs go wireless

Ralf Hickl, Rutronik Elektronische BauelementeAnyone wanting to expand an existing device to include wireless technology usually connects a transceiver to the microcontroller. It sounds simple, but it isn’t. It requires ... more

Interview with Markus Stieger-Bircher, Chief Operating Officer of R&M

Bulgaria is going to be one of the major strategic locations for R&MInterview with Markus Stieger-Bircher, Chief Operating Officer of R&M, on the occasion of the grand opening of the ... more

Interview with Encho Pondev, CEO of TAURUS-93 Ltd.

The most important characteristics of our company policy are responsiveness to customers’ needs, production flexibility and high quality productsInterview with Encho Pondev, CEO of TAURUS-93 Ltd.Dear Mr. Pondev, could you ... more

Interview with Mr. Dimitar Rachev, CEO of Futurel

We are trying to increase the significance of the electronics and electronic industry in BulgariaInterview with Mr. Dimitar Rachev, CEO of FuturelDear Mr. Rachev, for 20 years now Futurel is ... more

Interview with Wilhelm Wurm,Geschaeftsfuehrer der Lenze Antriebstechnik Niederlassungen in Ost- und Suedosteuropa

Herr Wurm, Lenze ist einer der weltweit fuehrenden Spezialisten in Sachen Antriebs- und Automatisierungstechnik mit mehr als 60 Jahren Erfahrung. Wie ist das Unternehmen in Suedosteuropa bzw. in Bulgarien aufgestellt?Sie ... more

Recent projects in SEE industry

Bulgaria’s Oliva build new energy efficient facilityThe European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is continuing its drive to develop Bulgaria’s promising agribusiness sector by providing long-term financing to local producers ... more

Automotive parts manufacturing in Bulgaria

Automotive parts manufacturing constitutes one of the fastest growing sectors in Bulgaria. Over 90% of automotive enterprises are privately owned and produce mainly for the domestic market. The sector is ... more

MAKTEK Eurasia Fair 2012

The fair, held between October 2 and 7, showcased a total of 1,000 fully-assembled machinesThe MAKTEK Eurasia 2012 Fair, organized by TIAD with the support of the Ministry of Science, ... more

Balkan business climate is going better

Businesses in Southeast Europe are finding it easier to operate as governments cut red tape, a new World Bank reports saysMany countries in the region been actively reforming their business ... more

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