PREMO and VACTEK show its products at Electronics/EP 2008 in the most important electronic exhibition in Sweden
The fair had a live production line, silicon square & silicon seminars, wireless expo, embedded seminars and awards, round table discussion with participation from the Government, learns shops test & measurement showcase Sweden and Research seminars about the future technology.
Vactek is a part of Addtech Group, a trading company that develops and sells components and systems to industrial companies and the service industry. Addtech Components focuses on electronic and electro-mechanical components as well as sub-systems for export-oriented OEM customers in the engineering, vehicle and electronics industries.
Vactek participates on this fair for 10 years. They had a booth area of 130m2. This fair we received 45 leads in only 3 days. "As conclusion we can say that the fair was ok . 7500 persons visited the fair during 3 days and as we were at the entrance of the fair we had many visitors". Per Rundbom, Vactek AB, informs. "PREMO planar transfo was most attractive for the visitors".
PREMO and Vactek started to collaborating 2 años years ago, from now they have maded new contacts and improved sales relationship in the country. PREMO has collaboration project with big company as Ericsson, Power modules, ABB, Elteq or Danagher. They expect earnings take off this year.
PREMO Inductive Components offers the longest customized inductive components range, in different formats, as well as conventional and planars transformers, inductive components for switched mode power supply, distributed power architectures in power systems and current transformers. In its new catalogue presents powers from 5W up to 2600 W in the standard range and up to 10 kW in custom designed.
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