Elmatica Offers Unique Thank You for Dieter Bergman IPC Fellowship Award


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This is how Norwegian PCB broker Elmatica said “thank you” to IPC for selecting Jan Pedersen for the Dieter Bergman IPC Fellowship Award. And you think you've had a cold winter! The very clever Elmatica team definitely has a great sense of humor and creativity in front of and behind the camera. Let's all congratulate Jan for his work with IPC, including updating PCB standards and helping to streamline the design data process. 

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