ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - Aug 9, 2016) - World Micro announced today that it will both exhibit and attend electronica 2016. The show, which started in 1964, runs every other year and is located in Munich, Germany. electronica is the leading international trade fair for the electronics industry.
electronica hosts exhibitors from 87 countries and allows companies to present their latest developments in a rapidly growing market. Exhibitors and forums cover all aspects of the electronics industry including solutions, technologies, and products.
Representing nearly all consumer segments and user branches of the electronics industry, electronica's exhibitors and attendees showcase the future of electronics. electronica will take place November 8 - 11, 2016. World Micro will be located in Hall A6, Booth E.03.
Bettina Clark, World Micro's Director of Supplier Development, stated, "We invest time and resources to attend this show so that we can provide the best overall value to our customer base. electronica allows us to develop new supply which deepens the relationship with our existing franchise distribution network."
electronica's Exhibition Director Angela Marten said, "We are excited to have World Micro as one our 2700 suppliers who will be exhibiting in Munch. It shows their commitment to bringing the latest technology to market." Marten added, "electronica is taking the needs of the industry into account with an additional hall as well as with new elements such as the Embedded Platforms Village and the electronica Start-up Platform."
About World Micro: World Micro, Inc. is a global, aerospace, military, commercial, and medical electronic component and products distributor focused on quality systems. Since 1996, World Micro has helped its customers solve difficult supply chain issues through innovative research, design, sourcing, stocking, and procurement, inventory, and management solutions. The company's website is www.worldmicro.com and can be followed on Twitter at twitter.com/worldmicro.
About electronica: With more than 2,700 exhibitors, the fair gives start-up companies access to plenty of potential business partners and investors and allows them to present their innovative ideas, projects and products to international industry representatives in pitches, demonstrations and personal discussions.
The most rapidly growing sectors are semiconductors, power supplies as well as PCBs and other circuit carriers and EMS, followed by embedded systems. To meet the growing demand the show has added an additional hall. The sectors represented include PCBs, circuit carriers, EMS, new product developments and innovations, power supplies, electromechanics, system periphery and much more.