SMT Hybrid Packaging Show Rebranded as SMTconnect


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Starting with the 2019 exhibition, the show formerly known as SMT Hybrid Packaging in Nuremberg will be known as SMTconnect. The exhibition and technology days, set to take place at the Messe in Nuremberg, Germany, will occur from May 7-9, 2019.

While the title of this event is set to change, the proven concept and areas of focus it has relied on for over 30 years will remain in place. The new name expresses what makes the event unique: SMTconnect fosters connections that are made to last.

As a solution-oriented exhibition, SMTconnect seeks to bring the community together under one roof in a common effort to tackle the current challenges in microelectronics. It also puts more of the focus on topics with development potential in order to facilitate valuable, application-based connections among the right contacts in the industry. As of 2019, SMTconnect will also expand its coverage of electronic manufacturing services.

“The event has been a constant on the market for 30 years,” commented Tobias Schoob, Project Manager at Mesago. “With the further development of the name and look as well as the new staging of EMS, we do not only want to attract new target groups but also offer our existing exhibitors even more opportunities for high-caliber business relationships, as well as a solution-oriented exchange.”

About SMTconnect

This international exhibition, accompanied by a conference and tutorials, once again proved to be a must-attend event for its adjacent industry in 2018. A total of 434 exhibitors presented their solutions for electronic assemblies and systems to 11,879 visitors.

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