The amount of experience, knowledge and expertise at Electronica is not available anywhere else in the world, said Joseph Federico NJ MET's headquarters located in NJ.
Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
Joseph Federico, NJ MET, Inc. Vice President and Director of Operations, has officially announced NJ MET's participation in the electronic testing exhibition at the 26th International Trade Fair For Electronics Components, Systems And Applications -- Electronica 2014 at Messe Munchen in Munich, Germany on November 11-14, 2014.
Electronica is considered the electronics world's leading trade fair. It is the largest in the electronics industry and is held once every two years. This unique industry event presents innovative electronics as well as a diverse range of components pioneering hardware and software solutions and complete systems and applications on 143,000 m2 of exhibition space. Electronica 2014 revolves around the latest hot topics in the industry such as electro-mobility, energy-efficiency, and sustainability.
"It has been six years since we have participated in this conference. We are excited to exhibit once again this year and participate in the forums and lectures. The amount of experience, knowledge and expertise at Electronica is not available anywhere else in the world," said Joseph Federico NJ MET's headquarters located in NJ.
2669 exhibitors from 50 countries, 63% of them from abroad participated in electronica 2012 and similar numbers are expected to participate this year. Exhibitors other than NJMET, Inc. include well-known major manufacturers as well as interesting specialists and newcomers. There were an estimated 73,051 visitors from 78 countries, 47 percent of them from outside Germany, at Electronica 2012. 98% of visitors had been to a previous electronica and 47% hold management positions.
Please call Joseph Federico VP and director of operations of NJ MET, Inc. for more information on NJ MET’s participation in the Electronica 2014 Trade Fair in Munich Germany, as well as their world renowned electronic component test capabilities accommodating the commercial military, industrial aerospace, industrial and medical fields at 973-546-5393 or visit the NJ MET website at http://www.njmetmtl.com