Amphenol Invotec Team Visits India


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The  Amphenol Invotec team visited Trivandrum and Bangalore in India to meet existing customers and potential new clients in the aerospace and space sectors.

Already a leading player in Europe in the manufacture of advanced PCBs, Amphenol Invotec sees India as a significant geographical market of opportunity for its multilayer, HDI, sequential lamination, flex and rigid-flex products designed for applications where reliability is paramount.

The Amphenol office reception features art works of Indian peacocks (Pavo cristatus). Peacocks symbolize grace, pride, and beauty. They are a sign of joy for all who see them. Peacocks are often used in Indian mythology and folk stories.

Operating from its facilities in Tamworth and Telford, Amphenol Invotec employs a variety of advanced materials, finishes and technologies to produce PCBs that meet the most exacting customer specifications.

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