Danutek’s Technology Day Brings the Electronics Community Together


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Danutek, a leading distributor and service provider in the SMT manufacturing industry brought together leading global companies for a Technology Day in Serbia and Bulgaria, where attendees learnt about the latest innovations within the electronics industry.

Attracting senior decision makers from top European electronics manufacturing companies, the event focused on current topics affecting production. It included technical presentations from the world’s pre-eminent capital equipment suppliers including Koh Young, Scienscope, Seica, Mycronic, Inertec, LPKF and SMT.

Petar Truhchev, Sales and Support Manager of Danutek Bulgaria said: “The event held at Sofia Technology Park was a huge success. 20 different companies from across the region joined the Danutek team for a comprehensive appraisal of the cutting-edge equipment available from the most prominent electronics equipment manufacturers in the industry.

“Delegates had the opportunity to learn more about how the latest equipment which included everything from 3D measurement and inspection technology, to laser manufacturing platforms and selective soldering technology, are providing solutions across the entire production process.”

Marko Milojkovic, Area Manager for Danutek Kft Ogranak, Serbia added, “Technology within the electronics industry is fast paced and so it is important to be informed of the latest solutions within electronics’ manufacture.  Technology days are the perfect platform to introduce the latest equipment and software. The event’s uptake was excellent with 16 leading electronics companies visiting the event which was held at the prestigious Science Technology Park Nis in Serbia.

“As well as learning about the latest technological innovations and gaining an in-depth insight from key speakers, visitors were able to get hands-on with the newest equipment. It was the ideal opportunity to meet with our customers and allowed the Danutek team to offer advice with the support of our suppliers.”

Petar concluded, “As the first event hosted by Danutek since the pandemic, it was an invaluable opportunity to join with our valued customers, and suppliers and exchange information. The success of the event is a sign we are on the right track with the concept of our Technology Days and we look forward to hosting another in the near future.”

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