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News from the EIPC

- Two new members for EIPC

- EIPC-EFRA-CEFIC Workshop Brussels on September 23

News from Belgium 

- Integr8tor - in a class of its own

News from Germany  

- Atotech increases its equipment manufacturing capacity with a brand new facility in Guangzhou, China

- SMT Hybrid Packaging 2015 - A worthwhile package for visitor

News from the UK

- Stevenage Circuits Ltd. Purchases Orbotech's Nuvogo™ 800 DI System

- Connecting Research to Industry - Conference

News from the USA 

- Registration Opens for Inaugural Boards, Chips and Packaging IMPACT Conference Hosted by Isola and Semico Research

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