M+W Group to support advancement of printed electronics at LOPEC in Munich
March 29, 2016
M+W Group aims to support the development and production of innovative printed electronics applications by providing precision process control solutions. A subsidiary of the global engineering and construction company, M+W Products GmbH, will exhibit at LOPEC 2016 (Munich, April 6-7) – the world’s leading event for printed electronics.
Printed Electronics opens up possibilities for numerous innovative applications, such as smart labels, printed sensors, flexible displays, and organic photovoltaics. Consequently, the technology is one of the key drivers behind the Internet of Things (IoT). Many companies from different industries and all stages of the value chain have recognized the potential of printed electronics and are meeting up at LOPEC in Munich (April 6-7) to share their developments and discuss ideas.
M+W Products GmbH, a leading provider of climate-control technology for clean processes, so-called mini environments, is proud to be one of over 140 exhibitors at this year’s LOPEC. The company will be exhibiting in Hall B0 at Booth 514 (near the Conference Catering area). “The exhibition is a chance for us to be among the first to support the large-scale application of this new and exciting technology”, explains Chris Meyer-Bowing, Head of Sales and Business Development. “Printed Electronics enables us to apply our extensive knowledge of process control technology in new areas that will play a crucial role in shaping the future of consumer electronics, healthcare, energy management, and the manufacturing industry.”
During the two exhibition days, M+W Products will provide information about precision process control solutions that are already well established in conventional semiconductor manufacturing. The company is looking forward to many productive conversations about how these products as well as customized solutions can further increase the yield and quality of printed electronics.
LOPEC (Large-area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention) is regarded as the world’s leading exhibition for printed electronics. In 2015 it hosted over 2,000 visitors from more than 40 countries. This year more than 140 exhibitors will meet at the ICM Munich (Internationales Congress Center München). The exhibition will also feature a Demo Line, where visitors get the chance to watch live demonstrations of the printing processes. For further information please visit: http://www.lopec.com
About M+W Group: M+W Group GmbH, based in Stuttgart, is a leading global high-tech engineering company. Established in 1912, the company operates in more than 30 countries. The M+W Group manages projects of all dimensions on behalf of clients from various sectors, including electronics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, energy and information technology — from semiconductor plants to nanotechnology research centers. The company offers a full range of services from concept and design to turnkey solutions. During the financial year 2015, the M+W Group generated sales of ~3 billion euros with around 6,000 employees worldwide. For more information please visit: www.mwgroup.net.
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