IPC Renews Partnership with Weiss Engineering to Support Growth in European Electronics Industry

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IPC and Weiss Engineering have signed a cooperative agreement to deliver industry intelligence to the European electronics community, expanding on a partnership that began in 2020.

Philippe Leonard, senior director, IPC European operations stated, “Dieter Weiss is an incredible ambassador for the European EMS industry, and we look forward to working with him to help European manufacturers build electronics better.”

IPC will continue to focus on key European verticals like automotive, defense, industrial IOT, energy, and medical, and develop standards, create educational content, and champion advocacy to help members achieve operational excellence.

“in4ma’s [Weiss Engineering’s database] European EMS market statistics have become an important part of the strategic planning process for numerous companies in the European electronics manufacturing industry,” said Sanjay Huprikar, president of Europe and South Asia operations for IPC. “Our continued partnership with Dieter is expected to facilitate the creation of more innovative tools, studies, and analyses that can help our members better leverage their opportunities to greater financial success.”


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