International Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Guangzhou City Commission (CC PIT-GZ) jointly organized the "2011 International Printed Circuit & Electronics Assembly Fair (2011 HKPCA & IPC Show)" December 1, 2011 Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center at the grand opening. South China region as a circuit board and electronics assembly industry's flagship event, the exhibition will be held from December 3. This year's theme is "Discovery integration, extension milestone" to show that the industry experienced in 2008-2009, after the integration, ready to go, into the new development and progress.
With the increasing number of orders, capacity expansion, the industry leader caught PCB industry optimistic about sustainable development. Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association, Miss Huang Yanyi at the opening ceremony, said: "From the second half of 2009, greatly improved the economic environment, particularly in the PCB manufacturing industry. With 2011 Chinese consumer electronics and automotive manufacturers account for the global PCB consecutive order 36% of GDP. 2011 International Printed Circuit & Electronics Assembly showcase of the latest industry technology and market trends, to help PCB companies to solve practical problems and the new partnership and technology exchange more valuable is the future success of PCB manufacturers key elements, while the exhibition is a key element for the success of these provide an ideal platform. "
New exciting activities to make the show a richer
Organizers have been constantly looking for ways to add value of the exhibition, this year's event will add two on-site activities: the first HKPCA & IPC manual welding contest and invited to the IPC Certified Trainer as a senior referee, EMS companies from 21 40 welding experts together to demonstrate their skills. To "industry processes: printed circuit board development road," as the theme of display area shows more than 30 pieces from the 1950s to the 2000s the production of printed circuit boards.