Altix to Exhibit at APEX IPC EXPO 2023

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Sylvain Dromaint, vice president of Altix North America, announced recently that Altix will be exhibiting at APEX/IPC Expo 2023 to be held the week of January 23, 2023, at the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California.

“We are looking forward to showing our line of Direct Imaging equipment from the ADIX SA and DUO to ADIX RtR, which is considered one of the most advanced equipment, among our 800 machines operating all over the world. We are once again bringing our entire team to this exhibition to handle the meetings we have already set up. This promises to be a good show for ALTIX in terms of business as well as a little fun as we will be offering some gifts such as fine French wines. We look forward to meeting and doing business with all of our customers both current and future.” Said Mr. Dromaint when making the announcement.

Altix will be at booth #527.


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