EPDT's H2 2019 Electronics Distribution supplement now available online

Author : Mark Gradwell | Editor | EPDT

03 December 2019

EPDT December 19 Electronics Distribution supplement cover image
EPDT December 19 Electronics Distribution supplement cover image

Included in this month’s EPDT December issue, the second of this year's twice-yearly Electronics Distribution supplements is now available in print or digital editions.

Included in EPDT's December 2019 issue, EPDT's H2 Electronics Distribution supplement (p15 digital issue) opens with an introduction from the ecsn (Electronic Components Supply Network) Chairman, reviewing what’s happening in the electronic components market and looking ahead to 2020 (p16 digital issue or web version). It also explores how demands on electronics distributors have changed over the past decade (p20 digital issue or web version), and why 2020 will demand more customer focus from them than ever before (p22 digital issue or web version), before investigating strategies for low risk sourcing of components in constrained markets (p25 digital issue or web version).

EPDT's December 2019 issue also contains features covering Component technologies and Industrial applications, as well as editorial considering the upcoming general election from a STEM perspective (p4 digital issue or web version) and reviewing the IET’s latest Skills report, and the threat that the skills gap poses to engineering & technology businesses (p38 digital issue or web version).

EPDT December 2019 cover image
EPDT December 2019 cover image

I hope you enjoy our biannual look at the world of Electronics Distribution – and I’d love to hear what you think or any ideas for topics you’d like EPDT to cover in future editions. You can email me at mark.gradwell@imlgroup.co.uk...

Mark Gradwell

Editor


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