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Elmatica recently installed a second Ucamco Integr8tor workflow. As a trusted partner in the medical, defense, automotive, automation, civil aviation, energy, and telecommunication industries, Elmatica keeps track of the entire purchasing process from consulting, designing, material selection, manufacturing selection, production monitoring, logistics and claims handling.
Handling more than 12,000 RFQs per year, Ucamco’s Integr8tor enables Elmatica to work around the clock, receiving and analyzing their clients incoming design data and allowing to serve them better with more accurate, faster quotes than ever before. With over 45 years experience in the industry, Elmatica has a unique understanding of the market by procuring on four continents and delivering to five.
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Minsu (Tim) Lee is the secretariat of the ECWC 14 Worldwide Printed Circuit Conference, which recently concluded in Seoul, South Korea. Tim is also the program manager of the Korean Printed Circuit Association. We had a few minutes together after the conference ended to review the week’s events and the Korean PCB industry. Tim also focused on the ongoing situation with North Korea, which resulted in many Chinese paper contributors being denied visas for ECWC 14.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Electronics industry professionals from 13 countries, mainly from Europe and Scandinavia, others from the USA, but some from as far away as India and Japan, gathered in Meriden, the centre of England, for the EIPC Summer Conference.
Alun Morgan, European Institute of Printed Circuits
The Premier Inn conference centre at Heathrow Airport was the venue for the EIPC workshop on PCB BioMEMS. What, I hear you ask, is a PCB BioMEMS? This is an abbreviation for biomedical (or biological) microelectromechanical systems, otherwise known as lab-on-chip.