Ventec International’s Thomas Michels to Speak at the EIPC Summer Conference


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Ventec's European Managing Director Thomas Michels will speak at EIPC Summer Conference on June 1st & 2nd, 2017 to be held at the Best Western Plus Manor Hotel, Solihull, UK.

On Thursday 1st June, Thomas will join a panel discussion on the issues facing the PCB materials supply chain. Whilst the market is experiencing some shortages in copper foil supply, Ventec's PCB fabrication customers can continue to rely on the company’s fully controlled and accredited supply chain for high reliability laminates and prepregs. In addition, Ventec's strong relationships and distribution agreements with partners such as CCP ensure continuity of supply from Ventec's secured inventory.

On Friday, 2nd June at 9am, Thomas will start the second day's proceedings with his presentation on processes and materials for flexible PCBs entitled 'New material and performance characteristics and material differentiation'.

For further information about Ventec’s solutions and the company’s wide variety of products, is available here and/or by downloading the Ventec APP.

About the EIPC Summer Conference

The EIPC Summer Conference will be held on 1 st & 2nd June 2017 at the Best Western Plus Manor Hotel, Solihull, UK. The Bonus program will take participants to the National Motorcycle Museum in Meriden, Coventry, West Midlands, England. Such is the popularity of this location that what started as a museum dedicated to the heritage of the British motorcycle industry that it has now morphed into the National Conference Centre, which is on the same site. Within walking distance of Birmingham International Airport, the National Motorcycle Museum was the work of one man, Roy Richards, who started collecting motorcycles back in the 1970's. His favorite saying being: "when God made the mountains he had Nortons in mind". There are many members of EIPC for whom a motorcycle is extremely close to their hearts, and for whom such a place will be like reaching the summit.

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