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IPC COMMUNITY 103 FALL 2023 tronic circuit with a miniaturized PCB board. The competition provided a platform for the electronics industry to highlight the impor- tance of hand soldering. First prize went to a competitor from Industrial Control Care ICC FZCO, with the runners-up from Airbus Middle East Africa and Axiom Telecom LLC. Our biggest event was IEMI 2023, where IPC India hosted more than 1,000 delegates, more than 200 meetings, and saw participa- tion from more than 10 countries. Learn more here. In September, IPC India was a supporting partner in Electronica India, a great oppor- tunity to network with industry professionals The Wiring Harness Manufacturer's Associ- ation aims to provide members with access to the technology they need to succeed. To help accomplish this, WHMA/IPC has devel- oped the WHMA Excess Inventory Listserv to address the industry's challenge to find inven- tory. Listserv is a system available exclusively to WHMA and IPC members through WHMA. org. There you'll find over 800 pieces of inven- tory posted for sale by other members. Looking to sell your own excess inventory? As a WHMA member, you can post your own inventory for sale. WHMA Excess Inventory Listserv WHMA members who sign up for the Listserv will be able to send email updates of materi- als they are selling, as well as receive emails listing materials that other members have available. This service is free and exclusive for WHMA members. To register for the Excess Inventory Listserv, WHMA members will need to log in and access the Member's Area, then click on the WHMA Excess Inventory Listserv link for instructions. To explore more WHMA member benefits, visit the WHMA website. and learn about the latest developments in electronics manufacturing. Also in September, IPC India organized a technical workshop on ESD Control for Elec- tronics Manufacturing that introduced partic- ipants to the causes of ESD and the steps taken to mitigate its effects when handling, storing, or transporting ESD-sensitive components in a manufacturing facility. We are looking forward to hosting a series of standards committee meetings in November, as well as hand soldering foundation courses, vendor development meetings, member net- working meetings, ESD workshops, and stan- dards awareness events in Q1 2024.

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