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In the March 2023 issue of SMT007 Magazine, we deliver a wide-angle view of the industry–a perspective from a somewhat higher altitude–where we look for common areas of thought. Is there a “hive mind” to discover?

Many of you have shared with us the buzz–the vibration–of an industry in ascent. We’ve seen it, felt it, heard it at industry gatherings. There’s plenty for us to do, so the question becomes, what’s on everybody’s mind? We took a higher-level perspective and asked that very question. To understand the general mindset, we conducted a series of interviews with EMS providers in order to gather a sense of how business is progressing. The result was frank and insightful commentary.

Now, our question to you is, does this match what’s on your mind?

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