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Publication Date: 06/1/2007
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IPC Midwest Attracts More Industry Leaders
Bannockburn, IL — Industry acceptance of and participation in the new IPC Midwest show has been snowballing, according to IPC - Association Connecting Electronics Industries®. New exhibitors Asymtek, CyberOptics, Hitachi and Kyzen will exhibit their hottest new products and services at IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition, September 26-28, 2007, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center, Schaumburg, IL.

Targeted solely at the electronics interconnect industry — board design and manufacture, electronics assembly and manufacture and test — this new show will deliver a focused, qualified audience looking for new technologies, innovations and solutions to enhance their own companies' success. With this in mind, companies are quickly realizing that having a piece of real estate on the IPC Midwest exhibit floor is a hot commodity.

According to Steve DiMarco, vice president of sales and marketing for CyberOptics Corporation, "We believe IPC Midwest is the perfect place for CyberOptics to showcase our new and award-winning products."

IPC Midwest will also feature an unparalleled technical conference along with professional development courses that bring industry experts to the Midwest. Companies like Kyzen — an IPC member for nearly 20 years — have long recognized the value of a strong technical program in conjunction with a state-of-the-art exhibition. Tom Forsythe, vice president of Kyzen, said, "Kyzen has long been participating and supporting IPC symposia throughout the world." "It is rewarding to see that companies acknowledge the technical expertise and experience that comes with IPC hosting this event," said Maria Labriola, IPC Midwest account executive. "We are very excited that well-known and respected OEMs, EMS providers and PCB manufacturing companies are choosing to close the summer by exhibiting at this event that was designed just for them."

For more information, contact: Maria Labriola 847-597-2866. Web:

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