IPC India 2016: A Preview


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IPC India 2016, to be held from September 21–23 at the BIEC in Bengaluru, will be co-located at electronica India & productronica India 2016. The event will provide the platform for executives in the electronics manufacturing industry to meet with global industry manufacturers, suppliers and distributors through educational programs, exhibitions and technical competitions.

The event will feature IPC Professional Development Workshops, which offer seemingly endless education and networking opportunities that impact your career and company by providing you the knowledge, technical skills and best practices to address any challenge you face in discharging your professional responsibilities.
The technical conference will highlight important research and innovations on diversified topics of electronics technology.

Last but not least, IPC India will hold the Hand Soldering Competition, which aims to provide shop floor technicians and inspectors the opportunity to display their skills in hand soldering.

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