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Benchmark Electronics, Inc. provides integrated electronic manufacturing services, engineering and design services, and precision machining services. The company provides services to original equipment manufacturers of industrial control equipment telecommunication equipment, computers and related products for business enterprises, medical devices, and testing and instrumentation products. Read More Its services include comprehensive and integrated design and manufacturing services and solutions from initial product concept to volume production, including direct order fulfillment and aftermarket services. The company was founded by Cary T. Fu, Steven A. Barton and Donald E. Nigbor in 1979 and is headquartered in Angleton, TX.
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Simply Wall StMar 23
Benchmark Electronics, Inc. (NYSE:BHE) Will Pay US$0.15 In Dividends
Attention dividend hunters! Benchmark Electronics, Inc. (NYSE:BHE) will be distributing its dividend of US$0.15 per share on the 11 April 2019, and will start trading ex-dividend in 4 days time on the 28 March 2019. What does this mean for current shareholders and potential investors? Below, I will explain how holding Benchmark Electronics can impact your portfolio income stream, by analysing the stock’s most recent financial data and dividend attributes. View our latest analysis for Benchmark Electronics ...
Recent Performance: Benchmark Electronics (NYSE: BHE)
Benchmark Electronics trades as part of the technology sector and computer hardware industry. The company CEO is Paul J. Tufano. Benchmark Electronics Inc is engaged in manufacturing, designing and engineering services and product life cycle solutions. The company offer its services to original equipment manufacturers of industrial equipment, and telecommunication equipment. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The BHE stock showed a previous change of -0.27% with an open at 26.06 and a close of 25.97. ...
Seeking AlphaMar 20
Benchmark Electronics: Investigating The Hidden Asset
We examine Benchmark’s lawsuit against various Japanese manufacturers which conspired to fix the prices of aluminum, tantalum and film capacitors, used in myriad electronic products and extensively by BHE. Purpose of this article is to investigate an unknown, undisclosed and relatively obscure lawsuit that we believe can lead to the recovery of several million dollars for the company. While the company’s turnaround is key to its future, our attention is mainly focused on BHE’s past activity as contract ma...
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