Trojan, a leading Wales-based company that provides contract electronic manufacturing (CEM) for a wide range of products, will be exhibiting at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics 2017 event in FIVE (Farnborough International Venue & Events), south west of London.
The annual exhibition, which will be held from 21-23 March 2017, is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive manufacturing, technology, electronics and subcontracting exhibition.
David O’Keeffe, operations director at Trojan, along with Andre Hyczkiewicz, CEM business development manager, will be representing the company at the exhibition and explaining to visitors the services Trojan can provide. These include PCB (printed circuit board) assembly, cable assemblies, electro-mechanical assemblies and complete product build to produce products ready for market.
Trojan will be able to see new equipment and technology from other exhibitors, as well as stay abreast of the latest updates in technology, design techniques and industry legislation from seminars held at the event.
The company is keen to talk to attendees and exhibitors at the show about their current and future requirements for electronic contract manufacturers.
David O’Keeffe commented:
“We are looking forward to representing Trojan at this very well attended and long running electronics exhibition. The event attracts a wide range of visitors year on year from both the UK and Europe, and it’s a good networking opportunity for customers, suppliers, equipment manufacturers and competitors.
“We truly understand the need for a professional and reliable manufacturing partner that delivers quality products on time, every time. We have made significant investments in equipment for Trojan’s CEM division in recent months, which has had a major impact on what we can offer to new and existing clients.
“Not only have we increased productivity and quality, but along with our expertise, Trojan can now service a wider market because we can offer more complex assemblies featuring more complicated densely populated components. We hope to convey this message to potential new clients during Southern Manufacturing and Electronics 2017.”