CCL to Exhibit at Electronica India for Third Year in a Row


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Excess inventory management company CCL are pleased to announce their participation at Electronica India 2019. The three-day event will take place from 25-27 September at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR, India.

Founded in 2000, Electronica India is now the leading platform for electronic components, systems, applications and solutions in India. It is co-located with productronica India with international exhibitors from countries such as Japan, Taiwan, China, Germany, and the UK displaying their latest products, the perfect platform for finding global partners.

In 2018 the show had 592 exhibitors from 27 countries, with 25,000 plus visitors.

Marketing Manager, Lauren Costello-Fox commented: “We are excited to be exhibiting again as India is a growing market for us and we look forward to meeting more companies who require Excess Inventory Management”.

CCL looks forward to welcoming you to their stand EI35. Register here or contact Marketing Manager Lauren Costello-Fox to make an appointment. lcf@oemXS.com +44 1404 540 319.

About CCL

CCL is a specialist buyer of excess electronic components. Since 1997 we’ve served electronics manufacturers all over the world, from small to large operations, specialising in excess inventory management.

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