IPC EMS Day 2022 - EMS Industry Recovering from the Crisis


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The Estonian Electronics Industries Association, in cooperation with IPC, has an honour to invite you to the electronics seminar "IPC EMS DAY 2022 - EMS industry recovering from the crisis", which will be held on the 1st of December 2022 at 10:00-17:00 (UTC+2) at Radisson Blu hotel Olümpia in Tallinn, Estonia. 

How is the EMS sector in Europe performing recovering from the crisis? What are the challenges of the sector and how can we tackle them? These and many more questions will be answered by different players of the international electronics manufacturing sector in various sessions - including in4ma, Kuensebeck Consulting, Incap Corporation, Zollner, ASMPT, C-MAC, Siemens EDA, TTI, Arrow, Avnet, IPC and the Estonian Electronics Industries Association.

The event will be held in English and the detailed programme can be found below. If you would like to participate, please let us know via press@estonianelectronics.eu or +372 5688 1756. It is also possible to arrange interviews with speakers of the seminar - if you are interested in it, please let us know in advance!

The programme

9:30-10:00 Registration & Coffee

10:00-10:20 Welcome and introduction

Kristjan Järvan, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications 

Otto Pukk, Chairman of the Council, the Estonian Electronics Industries Association, President and CEO, Incap Corporation

Philippe Leonard, Senior Director, IPC

10:20-11:05 State of the industry 

Dieter Weiss, CEO, In4ma     

Michael Kuensebeck, Owner, Kuensebeck Consulting

11:05-11:25 Electronics Industry in Estonia     

Arno Kolk, Managing Director, the Estonian Electronics Industries Association

11:25-11:45 Advanced Packaging

Peter Tranitz, Senior Director, IPC    

12:00-13:00 Lunch & Expo

13:00-13:30 Beyond PCBA: Hybrids and Modules

Riwan Tamic, CEO, C-MAC    

13:30-14:00 Crisis? What crisis?

Otto Pukk, Chairman of the Council, the Estonian Electronics Industries Association, President and CEO, Incap Corporation

14:00-14:30 The largest EMS in Europe

Manfred Amberger, SVP Sales, Zollner

14:30-15:00 Automation against labour shortage

Bernhard Fritz, Head of SMT Center of Competence, ASMPT

15:00-15:30 Coffee and Expo

15:30-16:00 Improve the handoff from design to production

Denis Lobzov, Siemens Electronic Design Automation

16:00-17:00 Distributors' panel

Felix Corbett, Director Supplier Marketing Europe Passives & Discretes, TTI
Christian Brusdal, Sales Director, Nordics, Arrow
Ronnie Roos, Regional Sales Manager, Avnet

17:00-19:00 Reception and cocktails

More information: https://estonianelectronics.eu/IPC-EMS-day/.

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