The International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (iNEMI), which is focused on strengthening the global electronics manufacturing supply chain, has announced seven new members. The latest companies to join the industry-led consortium are: Coherent Inc. (Santa Clara, CA) - produces photonics-based solutions for commercial markets and scientific research; Henkel Corp. (Irvine, CA) - delivers complete electronics material solutions from wafer-level to board-level and final assembly; NanoDynamics Inc. (Buffalo, NY) - produces nanomaterials for improved functionality and performance of a wide range of industrial and consumer products; Nihon Superior Co. Ltd. (Osaka, Japan) - provides advanced soldering and brazing technologies and products for the metal-joining industry; PCNalert (Pasadena, CA) - specializes in component event management, a discipline that synthesizes content, software applications and business processes; Symbol Technologies, Inc. (Holtsville, NY) - develops enterprise mobility products, such as mobile computers, wireless infrastructure, barcode scanners and kiosks; and Total Parts Plus Inc. (Fort Walton Beach, FL) - offers obsolescence management products and services, as well as detailed material content information services to the electronics industry.

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