IMI China will Participate in the upcoming NEPCON CHINA (Shanghai) 2021

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IMI China will participate in the upcoming NEPCON CHINA (Shanghai) 2021 from April 21 to 23 and will be located at booth number 2R61.

The 30th tradeshow organized by NEPCON Microelectronics China will be held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center, Pudong New District, Shanghai. An international exhibit for the electronics manufacturing industry in the region, the event will showcase the latest equipment and technology in surface mount technology, system integration technologies and electronics manufacturing automation.

IMI China has manufacturing facilities at Chengdu, Jiaxing, Shenzhen (Pingshan & Kuichong) serving the automotive, telecommunications, industrial, medical and consumer markets.


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