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‘Strategies for Counterfeit Avoidance in the Electronics Supply Chain’ organised by the UK Electronics Alliance, is to be held at 1VS Conference Centre in London on Tuesday 3 April 2012.
A new initiative of up to £125 million is being set-up to improve the global competitiveness of UK advanced manufacturing supply chains.
The UK Electronics Alliance (UKEA) has worked on a number of fronts to raise awareness of the threat of counterfeit electronic components.
The UK Electronics Alliance suggests that the Immigration Cap is harming recruitment at companies in the UK, increasing unfilled vacancies and resulting in jobs being located overseas.
The Anti Counterfeiting Alliance has upgraded its Anti Counterfeiting Forum.
Semta, the sector skills council for science, engineering and manufacturing technologies, and the United Kingdom Electronics Alliance (UKEA) have announced a partnership agreement.
The UK Electronics Alliance (UKEA) recently held its second annual conference on the issue of skills, hosted by Derek Boyd (pictured), Chairman of the UKEA and CEO of the National Microelectronics Institute.
Engineering UK’s annual report on the engineering sector states that over half a million new engineers are needed by 2017 to ensure the UK’s economic recovery.
Counterfeit electronic components are entering the UK market and costing the economy an estimated £1 billion a year, according to a paper from the UKEA.
National Electronics Week, held between 17-19 June at Earls Court, is a new exhibition that aims to bring together all sectors of the electronics industry; from components, production and test, to clean rooms, tools and services.