Eipc announce their Autumn Conference for 2011

(PresseBox) ( Maastricht, )
EIPC are pleased to announce that their Autumn Conference will take place this year on Thursday 13th & Friday 14th October, and will be held in Basel, Switzerland.

The two-day event will be highlighted by a visit to the premises of Huntsman Advanced Materials (Switzerland) GmbH in Basel, where the visitors will be shown the manufacturing of products specific to the printed circuit board industry as well as obtaining an insight into the formidable range of products for other industries as well.

The Conference itself will be held at the Hotel Courtyard by Marriott, Pratteln (Basel), Switzerland, and an extensive programme will include presentations on the market, today and tomorrow; on management themes; on system designs and international Roadmaps; on advanced and energy-efficient PCB technologies, and there will be strong focus on reliability.

For those involved within the PCB industry, there are many advantages and benefits from attending. In Basel you will be able to learn about:

- Cost reduction through yield improvements and new materials
- Advances in imaging technologies
- Technologies needed for the automotive industry
- New technologies offering new opportunities for PCB fabricators and OEMs / EMS companies in Europe
- The indefinable value of new networking opportunities

It is always within the gift of an EIPC Conference to make the occasion both highly useful, and highly enjoyable, and the wonderful city of Basel is a perfect venue, readily accessible, and reliably Swiss!
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