EPDT's H1 2022 Electronics Outsourcing supplement now available online

Author : Mark Gradwell | Editor | EPDT

02 March 2022

EPDT March 2022 Electronics Outsourcing supplement H1 cover image
EPDT March 2022 Electronics Outsourcing supplement H1 cover image

Included in this month’s EPDT March issue, the latest edition of this year's twice-yearly Electronics Outsourcing supplement, covering the world of contract manufacturing & EMS (electronic manufacturing services), is now available in print or digital editions.

Included in EPDT's March 2021 issue, EPDT's H1 Electronics Outsourcing supplement (p25 digital issue) opens with a viewpoint exploring 6 key trends expected to impact the electronics industry in 2022 – from healthcare and sustainability to supply chain pressures (p26 digital issue or web version).

And as COVID-19 continues to impact the way we live and work, we also reflect on the electronics and technology trends that dominated the electronics industry in 2021 – and look ahead to 2022 (p28 digital issue or web version).

EPDT's March 2022 issue also contains features on Displays technologies and Communications applications, as well as editorial exploring the role of engineering in helping ‘level up’ the country, in the wake of the long-awaited release of the government’s ‘Levelling Up White Paper’ (p4 digital issue or web version)...

EPDT March 2022 cover image
EPDT March 2022 cover image

I hope you enjoy our biannual look at the world of EMS (electronic manufacturing services) & contract manufacturing – 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

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