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82 PCB007 MAGAZINE I AUGUST 2022 Building printed circuits can be a tricky business. There are many attributes that go into the production process--initially, the sales interface with the customer, and the receipt of the data for the initial quo- tation. Then there is the procurement pro- cess for raw materials. This has to be done to the customer specifications. For the first time, IPC has formed a task group in Japan. The 7-31 BV-JP IPC J-STD-001/IPC-A-610 Automotive Addendum Task Group held its first meeting in June to introduce task group members, discuss the IPC Works standards collaboration platform, and create a schedule for future task group meetings. Net sales increased by 47% to SEK 1,122.0 mil- lion (762.2). In USD, net sales increased 25%. For comparable units, net sales increased by 35%, and in USD 15%. During the second quarter, our good performance continued, and we are pleased to note strong net sales and very good cash flow. This is despite con- tinued problems with component shortages that many of our customers are experiencing. One World, One Industry: Opening New Opportunities in Mexico IPC and WHMA have long supported the electronics assem- bly and wire harness manufacturing industries in Mexico, but recent regional growth coupled with supply chain disruptions necessitated a closer relationship. Lorena Villanueva, the new director of IPC Mexico, will be based in Mexico City and her presence will help IPC provide better support, training, and engagement with Mexico-based companies and personnel. Testing Todd: ET and the DoD IPC Announces First Standards Development Task Group in Japan NCAB Group Releases Q2 2022 Interim Results TOP TEN EDITOR'S PICKS

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