Amphenol Invotec to Attend Paris Air Show


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Amphenol Invotec, Europe’s leading manufacturer of PCBs for critical applications, will be attending the Paris Air Show from the 16th to the 18th June. Managing Director, Tim Tatton, and Frédéric Dupont, Sales – France, will be holding a number of meetings with customers during the course of the event as well as taking the opportunity to promote the company’s capabilities within the aerospace sector.

“We have a proud tradition of providing technological leadership and reliability where product failure is not an option. The Paris Air Show will provide us with an ideal opportunity to further raise our profile as a critical aerospace industry supplier,” said Tim Tatton.

Being held at the Le Bourget Parc des Expositions, the Paris Air Show is the longest-running and largest aerospace trade show in the world, bringing together businesses from across the entire spectrum of the global aviation industry and showcasing the very latest innovations and developments.

About Amphenol Invotec

Operating from facilities in Tamworth and Telford, UK, Amphenol Invotec's financial, human and technological resources make them a leading European player in the production of complex PCBs, offering engineering, design, manufacturing and logistics operations.

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