FRANKLIN PARK, IL — Nasdaq has issued a notice of noncompliance to M-Wave Inc. for failure to maintain a minimum of $2.5 million in stockholders' equity.
 
M-Wave intends to submit its plan to regain compliance to Nasdaq by Nov. 30, the company said. In that regard, the company believes that it will be in full compliance with all applicable listing requirements upon completion of its previously announced merger with Blue Sun Biodiesel LLC.
TOKYOMeiko Vietnam Electronics Ltd. Co. has completed construction on a bare board fabrication plant in Ha Tay province, near Hanoi.
 
The company, a subsidiary of Japan's Meiko Group, received government approval to commence the project last December. It invested a reported $300 million in the development.
 
Meiko also has 12 factories in Japan and three in China's Hubei Province, where it has also been expanding.
LODZ, POLAND – Wet processing equipment maker HMS has completed its fifth factory, located in Lodz. The Lodz II facilities have approximately 2,500 m² of office and manufacturing space, and will begin production Dec. 15.
Read more: HMS Completes 5th Factory
GARDEN GROVE, CAEndicott Interconnect Technologies has ordered four Schmoll Maschinen MX-1 XXL drill machines.

EI chose a mix of single-station, single-head machines, and single-station dual-head machines (one drilling and one routing).

EI now has a total of eight Schmoll drills.

Schmoll is part of Bürkle’s FabFour Machinery Alliance.
PHOENIX, AZNew Era Electronics Ltd., producer of microwave PCBs, and EastBridge Partners LLC, have established NEE International LLC to act as the sales, marketing and technical service company for NEE outside of Asia.

Read more: New Era Establishes NEE International
HELSINKI, FINLANDAspocomp announced year-to-date net sales of $ 111.3 million, a decrease of 31.3% year-over-year.
Read more: Aspocomp Reports a Year-to-Date Decrease in Sales of 31.3%

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