IPC APEX EXPO EMS Executive Management Meetings to Address Manufacturing Challenges


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To survive and thrive in today’s marketplace, a company needs to be as flexible as it is quick. And to excel, companies must be able to overcome both existing and new market challenges. Covering today’s current marketplace challenges and the strategies to mitigate those challenges, senior-level decision makers from international EMS companies will discuss strategies and initiatives for achieving and sustaining business success at the EMS Executive Management Meeting on January 28 at IPC APEX EXPO 2019.

Attendees will learn the latest on EMS industry trends and issues including: global trade, electronics industry market forecast, technical and legal issues in EMS customer contracts, automation for worker productivity, workforce shortage strategies, supply chain challenges, and more.

Noted industry experts from Lincoln International, IBM, Vishay Intertechnology, Jabil, Arrow Electronics, and more will share how they are addressing industry’s toughest challenges.

“The purpose of the EMS Executive Management meeting is to give executives and senior-level decision makers solutions to some of their most challenging issues,” said Tracy Riggan, senior director, IPC member support. “Presentations focus on business strategies, supply chain issues and industry trends. More importantly, the meeting provides attendees with an exclusive opportunity to network with their peers and discover how other EMS executives are resolving problems.”

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