ASM to Hold Technology Day in Singapore


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This June, ASM Assembly Systems GmbH & Co.KG will be hosting the ASM Technology Day at the Innovation Center in Singapore, showcasing eight ASM Smart Workflows, that have a critical impact on the quality and efficiency of any electronics production.

On June 26–28, ASM is inviting its customers to get closer insights of the eight workflows (planning, virtual production, process optimization, production, caterial Management, Preparation, Factory Monitoring, Factory Integration) and the solutions that ASM can provide to support these workflows and how it can improve the productivity of efficiency of the manufacturing lines.
 
Take this opportunity to discuss possible solutions and challenges you face in your factory with ASM experts!

If you are interested to find out more or join us at our ASM Technology Day, please contact us at smt-solutions.sg@asmpt.com.

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