Mirtec Europe Announces Winner of Annual Charity Event


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Mirtec has announced the winner of the annual charity event for the Tamar River Sailing Club (TRSC). The overall winner of the annual regatta is awarded a Challenge Shield and trophy, along with a donation to their charity of choice. Trophies also are awarded to the second and third place crews. This year's first place winner is Sarah Wilkins at the helm of Jem. She will hold the annual Shield until next year's regatta.

Sarah will keep a winner's trophy with second and third trophy's going to the crews of Dutch Courage and Hobnob, respectively. Mirtec also gives a £100 charity donation, which this year Sarah has chosen to go to the Mustard Tree Macmillan Cancer and Information Support Centre in Plymouth.

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"We are proud to sponsor an event so important to this great club and city," said David Bennett, President of Mirtec Europe.

The Mirtec Europe Challenge Shield is awarded annually as a small token of appreciation to this renowned sailing club based in the famous seafaring city of Plymouth, which is the home of Mirtec's European headquarters.

Mirtec is a technology leader in many areas of automated optical inspection, covering the electronics, LED, and semiconductor manufacturing industries. They combine world leading optics, 3D measurement and process control technologies to most of the world's leading electronics manufacturers. With the company headquarters and manufacturing in South Korea, supported by four global HQ's and 12 support offices, Mirtec has the largest sales and support network in their segment of the industry.

About Mirtec

Mirtec is a leading global supplier of automated optical inspection systems to the electronics manufacturing industry. For further information, visit www.mirtec.com.

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