NEOTech Exhibiting at AEROMART Montréal 2019


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EMS firm NEOTech is showcasing its high-reliability manufacturing and test solutions at AEROMART Montréal, scheduled for April 16–18, 2019, at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, Canada.

Presented by BCI Aerospace, AEROMART Montréal is both a conference and a supply chain workshop focused on the needs of the Canadian aerospace industry. NEOTech will be at Booth(s) 1227/1229.

The company will showcase how they help their customers with:

  • Advanced, high-reliability solutions
  • Ceramic substrates, including complex Aluminum Nitride processing
  • Microelectronics integrated circuit (MIC) assemblies, featuring NEOTech’s “Autoline” technology
  • Electronics sourcing and manufacturing of CCA and box build services
  • Expertise integrating IoT technology

From front-end design to complete high-reliability manufacturing, NEOTech offers engineering and design services for aerospace and defense products. For more information about NEOTech and/or the products that will be highlighted during AEROMART Montréal, visit the company's website at www.NEOTech.com.

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