Some impressions of our fair stand and our fair party in the Ratskeller in Munich
From 8th to 11th November, the Electronica 2016, world’s leading trade fair for components, systems and applications, took place in Munich. We were present as exhibitor, continuing the tradition from previous years.
We were very proud to show the major progress we made in the last few years at our modern, very well attended stand. We made many new contacts and held lots of talks. Now we are looking forward to receive new inquiries. We would like to thank our fair team for their great performance.
Our fair party, the “Novemberfest” was once again a great success for RUWEL. The invited guests spent a very nice evening with local specialties and in a cheerful atmosphere.
We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the visitors of our booth and those who joined our fair party. We are already looking forward to the next Electronica in 2018.
American Standard Circuits to present at Montreal/Pointe-Claire and Markham EPTECH Exhibitions
American Standard Circuits has declared that it will be presenting this year at both the Montreal/Pointe-Claire and Markham EPTECH (Electronics Items and Technology) exhibitions.
The Montreal/Pointe-Claire show is going to be hosted on April 25th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Holiday Inn & Suites in Pointe-Claire. The Markham show will be hosted two days later on April 27th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Le Parc in Thornhill, Ontario.
“As this year’s trade fair circuit starts, we are very enthusiastic to let everyone find out about all of the new products and technologies we will need to discuss. In the past year, we’ve devoted lots of cash and time on making improvements to our facility in West Chicago and exhibiting at events, for instance, the EPTECH shows, provides the opportunity to speak to our clients in person about these developments. This year we are in particular keen on discussing with these companies concerning our new on-line micro e-book, The Printed Circuit Board Designer’s Help guide to Flex and Rigid-Flex Basics,” said American Standard Circuits CEO, Anaya Vardya.