SMaLED 2012 to Be Co-hosted at IPCA Expo 2012

Mar 21, 2012

Trafalgar Publications Group Pvt Ltd (Global SMT) and IPCA will jointly host the SMaLED  exhibition and seminar on Surface Mount Technology & LED technologies on 26 July, 2012 (second day of IPCA EXPO 2012) at Trade Centre - KTPO in Whitefield, Bangalore, Karnataka - India.

SMaLED 2012 will comprise a one-day seminar with a three-day exhibition. Delegates will learn about current commercial developments in electronics manufacturing and solid state lighting, including high brightness (HB) LEDs and OLEDs from a range of industry experts and presenters.

The 2nd SMaLED conference promises to provide attendees with a unique opportunity to examine, learn and debate business-critical manufacturing issues through industry discussion, technical collaboration and information sharing with international experts in the field. To learn more about the event, please follow the link

The first edition of SMaLED was held on October 31 and November 1, 2011 at the Nimhans Convention Centre, Bangalore and comprised a two-day conference and tabletop exhibition.

Trafalgar Publications Group Pvt Ltd is a wholly-owned division of Trafalgar Publications Limited. Headquartered in New Delhi, the company publishes bi-monthly editions of Global SMT & Packaging and Global Solar Technology magazines. TPG also publishes websites and newsletters and produces video programming at major Indian trade shows.

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