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MW Associates, a global all-electronics marketing and electronics assembly consultancy agency, announces that it will host a tour of top contract manufacturers in the Bay area on July 11, 2022.
As a precursor to SEMICON West in San Francisco, Wendling will bring a tour of 30+ industry leading publications and industry VIPs to several CMs in the San Jose area for tours and meet & greets with the press. Unigen, Naprotek, NexLogic, Bestronics, Javad, EM Solutions, and Absolute EMS all will be visited on this prestigious tour.
Guests can expect this networking event to be an educational look into some of the top EMS companies in San Jose, as well as provide interesting conversations into the current state of the industry and what lies ahead in coming months.
MW Associates is known for offering clients unique and elite opportunities such as this in addition to their standard marketing & PR services. The company is currently celebrating 20 years in business and taking on new clientele on a selective basis.
Barry Matties and Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
IPC Mexico has been growing for the past few years, and it’s no wonder: Mexico has become a major hub in the world of PCB manufacturing, spurred in part by reshoring as companies pulled work back from China during the pandemic. As the country’s maquiladoras thrived, IPC began expanding the Mexican educational and training operations, and the group recently named Lorena Villanueva as director of IPC Mexico. Andy Shaughnessy and Barry Matties recently spoke with Lorena and IPC Vice President of Education David Hernandez about IPC Mexico’s growth, as well as the office’s plans to provide PCB manufacturers the training resources they need to succeed.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Dan Beaulieu and Nolan Johnson recently had a conversation with Christopher Kalmus of Aurora Circuits and Brigitte Lawrence of Brigitflex. Joining them was Jeff Brandman of Aismalibar North America. The group discussed the value of partnerships, noting how it has helped them win and keep business. They also describe a recent project for an OEM manufacturer in the automotive industry that served as a case study for this discussion.
Duane Benson, Screaming Circuits
It’s easy to frame all our supply chain woes around the COVID-19 pandemic. However, at Screaming Circuits, we started receiving dire warnings about component shortages in early 2018. At that time, we were told that the supply upheaval could last years and that we should expect it to get much worse before it got better. Now, four years later, I would say those warnings nailed it.