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News from EIPC

- Updated Program EIPC Winter Conference Milan, February 14–15, 2019

News from China 

- Ventec Re-Certified to AS9100 Revision D and IATF 16949

News from Germany

- Ventec's Technology Ambassador Alun Morgan to Keynote AltiumLive 2019

News from the UK

- 2019 Soldering Webinars from Our Desk to You

- MicroTech 2019 "Power in Packaging", 4 April 2019, Granta Centre, Cambridge

News from the USA 

- Ventec Expands Global OEM and US-Sales Team with Two New Marketing Managers in the USA

News from WECC Members

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