Amphenol Invotec at ILA Berlin Expo


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Amphenol Invotec is exhibiting at ILA Berlin together with other group companies under the Amphenol Military & Aerospace (AMAO) banner.

With facilities in Telford and Tamworth, Amphenol Invotec manufactures a wide range of multilayer, HDI, sequential lamination, flex and flex-rigid PCBs using a variety of advanced materials, finishes and technologies to meet the exacting specifications of customers operating in a number of key markets, including aerospace & defence and space.

Being held at the Messe Berlin from April 25- 29, ILA Berlin brings together the major players from across the rapidly developing aerospace sector – from major multinationals to innovative start-ups, from political delegations to academics. With 1000 exhibitors, 37 nations represented, and more than 150,000 visitors expected, ILA Berlin will cover civil and military aviation, security and space.

Combining innovative development and precise manufacture with high quality, AMAO offers the largest interconnect portfolio for the commercial and military aviation markets.

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