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To celebrate 10 years of service to India’s electronics industry, IPC India hosts Integrated Electronics Manufacturing & Interconnections (IEMI) event

IPC India is associated with important missions of the Government of India such as ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’ and ‘Skills India’.

India poised to become a global manufacturing hub, exporting nearly US$120 billion by 2026

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The forum discussed how over the past decade IPC has stepped up its support to OEMs, EMS, PCB manufacturers and suppliers to build better electronics.

Bangalore, August 4, 2022: Celebrating 10 years of service to India’s electronics industry, IPC India has brought together stakeholders to consider the future of the industry. Part of a global non-profit organization founded in 1957 in the United States, IPC India is India’s Integrated Electronics Manufacturing & Interconnections (IEMI) event representing all aspects of the electronics manufacturing industry. The event was attended by over 700 leading electronics companies based in India. IEMI provides an important platform for the IPC’s global and Indian members to connect each year and build strategic partnerships to promote India’s electronics manufacturing ecosystem, create export opportunities and supply chain advantage. generate potential and attract investment. The event was supported by Indian and Global Members of IPC and Indian and International Electronics Associations.

Since 2010, IPC India has been supporting Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) companies, Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Manufacturers, Cable and Wire Harness Manufacturers and Electronic Industry Suppliers. Over the past decade, IPC has served the Indian electronics manufacturing industry through global standards, certification, education and skills training. IPC India has accredited his 11,000+ industry professionals to enhance the product quality and reliability of companies. The electronics manufacturing industry is growing significantly in India, and IPC supports the Indian government by providing resources to help electronics manufacturers produce higher quality products and improve their job skills. I’ve been IPC India is associated with important missions of the Government of India such as ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’ and ‘Skill India’.

Dr. John W. Mitchell, IPC President and CEO, “We are excited about the current manufacturing opportunities in India, which is projected to expand the Indian electronics industry from US$75 billion today to US$300 billion by 2026. India is poised to become a global manufacturing hub, exporting around US$120 billion to India.This market explosion has been catalyzed by the COVID-19-led growth of digital consumption. We have signed a trade agreement which will make our exports from India more competitive.”

“India is a new hub for Electronic Systems Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) and strong local demand is a major driver of electronics manufacturing in India. (PCBA) is excited about the opportunity, PCBA is at the heart of every electronic gadget such as mobile phones, tablets, computers, routers, TVs, washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners etc. India is attracting the interest of major manufacturers in the industry. The Indian government is also working to make the county investors friendly and is laying the red carpet for manufacturing companies.” Gaurab Majumdar, Executive Director, IPC India, said:

IPC India has partnered with several regional chambers of commerce and industry associations such as FICCI, MAIT, ELCINA, ESC, IPCA, ICC, AIMED and SIATI for the event. IPC India invited State SMEs and start-ups associated with electronics clusters in Gujarat, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka to participate. The Electronics Industry Association of Singapore and Enterprise of Singapore have brought industry delegations from Singapore. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, provides logo support to IEMI. One of the big draws of IEMI is the hand soldering, wire harness and PCB design skill challenge competition. Since January 2022, over 100 companies and his 1,500 professionals have participated in his IPC India Skills Challenge competition, culminating in the semi-final and final rounds. The winner of the IEMI event will participate in the World Championships in Germany this November. The Sector Skills Council for Electronics, Automotive and Aviation supports the event.

https://electronicsmaker.com/to-celebrate-a-decade-of-service-to-the-indian-electronics-industry-ipc-india-brings-together-integrated-electronics-manufacturing-interconnections-iemi-event To celebrate 10 years of service to India’s electronics industry, IPC India hosts Integrated Electronics Manufacturing & Interconnections (IEMI) event

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