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Special offer to Industry Update readers

10-08-2010
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The Electronex 2010 Exhibition and Surface Mount 2010 Conference opens in Sydney next month and Industry Update readers are invited to attend as VIP guests.

Electronex 2010 is the largest event of its type for the electronics industry in Australia in many years.

It is a dedicated exhibition showcasing equipment, services and technologies and an associated conference delivering leading edge electronics development for manufacturing design.

Electronex encompasses all industry sectors, demonstrating the future path and technologies for the Australian market. 

With more than 60 leading electronics supply and service companies exhibiting, this “trade only” event showcases the latest technologies for design, manufacturing, components, assembly, test and measurement, communications and R&D for all industry sectors requiring electronics solutions for production and manufacturing.

Your VIP Industry Update Invitation Ticket with details of registration for FREE attendance can be downloaded at: http://www.electronex.com.au/images/stories/TicketVisitorInvitationFlyerDL.pdf

Electronex 2010 is being held at Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, near Sydney’s CBD on September 8-9.

The Surface Mount 2010 Conference, to be held at the same venue on September 7-9, provides a great opportunity for engineers, designers, quality engineers and inspectors, production managers, supervisors and other key operational staff to get access to the latest information on electronics design and manufacture from international speakers.

The events are being organised by Australasian Exhibitions and Events and the Surface Mount and Circuit Board Association (SMCBA).

Australasian Exhibitions & Events Pty Ltd 
Ph: 03 9676 2133  
www.electronex.com.au

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