EIPC Speednews: News from the European PCB Industry


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News from Belgium 

- Thinking Outside of the Box with Ledia

News from Germany

- IPC to Host Europe Forum: Innovation for Reliability in Essen, Germany

News from the EU

- EU Court of Justice Rules on REACH Articles Definition

News from the UK

- IFS2015-MT Industry Update Seminar

- ICT Evening Seminar Hayling Island

- IMAPS UK Call for papers - Microtech 2016

- The Northern Manufacturing & Electronics show

News from Italy 

- SOMACIS Receives Nadcap Merit Status for 24 Months

- Hallmark Circuits Inc. renamed SOMACIS Inc.

- SOMACIS Organizes New IPC CID Courses in 2016

- Next Events: PCB West, SMTA International, IMAPS

Printed Electronics News

- Reminder of the free webinar by IDTechEx on Thursday 24 September 2015

- Printed electronics equipment sales: companies look to Asia

News from Productronica 

- IPC Hand Soldering Competition to Heat up Productronica 2015

- Will you be exhibiting at Productronica?

News from WECC Members

- News from IPC

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