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News from EIPC

- Over 100 Registrations for the EIPC Winter Conference in Lyon. Still Possible to Register!

Electronics Industry News

- Preview for IPC APEX Expo 2018

News from the Netherlands

- Voice of IoT, DECT and ULE Industry Summit, February 7–8, 2018, Amsterdam

News from the UK

- Ventec Passes AS9100 Revision D Transition Audit in China and UK

- The 2018 ICT Annual Symposium, June 5, 2018, National Motor Museum

- 2018 Spring Seminar and AGM, Best Western Plus Manor Hotel, March 13, 2018

- Annual Foundation Course April 9–12, with the First Day at Merlin PCB, Deeside and then at Chester University

News from Germany

- Isola transfers ownership to investment group

- Smart Systems Integration 2018: Conference Registration at Early Bird Prices Until End of February

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