EIPC SpeedNews: News from the European PCB Industry

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News from EIPC

- Review EIPC Reliability Workshop, Tamworth

- What do EMS Providers Sanmina, Eolane, Asteelflash, BMK and Prettl have in common?

- Save the date: EIPC Winter Conference Salzburg, February 2 & 3, 2017

News from Germany

- Digitaltest Germany's success continues with new, expanded production site

News from Italy

- SOMACIS at electronica 2016

News from Switzerland

- Cicor presents: DenciTec – a PCB technology that takes miniaturization to the next level

News from the UK

- Senior industrial engineers join Loughborough University's teaching staff. One of them is Prof. Martin Goosey

- ICT Harrogate Winter Seminar 2016

- Inaugural 'ScoopTalk' Takes Event Video to the Next Level

News from the US

- Ventec International appoints Denis McCarthy Jr. as technical sales account manager

News from Electronica

- Seica SpA participation at Electronica, Munich, November 8–11, 2016

News from WECC Members

- News from IPC

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