Gardien is Now a Member of the European Institute of Printed Circuits


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The Gardien Group is honoured to announce its newly acquired membership to the renowned European Institute of Printed Circuits (EIPC).

The EIPC is a network of professionals of the electronics industry providing varied platforms to exchange business and technology information for the success of the European electronics industry.

We hope to learn, share and engage with other industry members and take advantage of the key benefits this membership brings - interactions with the trade community, industry relevant events, up-to-date with changing legislations and latest trends within the industry.

Roland Valentini, Gardien’s COO, says, “The electronics industry is transforming rapidly with new challenges and newer opportunities. This membership will offer strong engagement with EIPC’s vast network of trade experts. The EIPC has always been promoting the common interests of its members and we look forward to contributing as well as benefitting from our association with the EIPC.”

About The Gardien Group

The Gardien Group has been at the forefront in offering independent and unbiased testing and quality assurance solutions to the electronics industry across the globe for over 30 years. We cater to a wide range of customers and are trusted by leading hi-tech manufacturers and support important industries including, aerospace, automotive, computers, defense, medical and others.

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