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Sypris Electronics, LLC, will be exhibiting at the Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Expo in Minneapolis, Minnesota November 8-9, 2017, located at the Minneapolis Convention Center (Booth # 2349).
Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis 2017 is the largest medical technology exposition of industry suppliers in the region. MD&M will host free presentations, interactive events, and activities along with exhibitor booths spanning new materials, intelligent sensors, testing solutions, components, packaging, and manufacturing solutions. Source your requirements for cutting-edge products and services among the 600+ solution providers.
The Sypris team will be meeting and discussing its electronic medical device manufacturing & engineering capabilities with customers and visitors from across the Americas. To arrange and schedule a meeting with Sypris while attending MD&M, please make a request here.
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