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IPC COMMUNITY 86 FALL 2023 A bout 200 kilometers (125 miles) north of Mexico City lies Queretaro, an area rich in history, with stone streets and public squares, and which twice has been the country's capital. But it's also quickly becoming a global capital of electron- ics manufacturing, especially aeronautics, and was the location for the first IPC Day Mexico this past June. IPC Day is a one-day event where IPC works with local partners to bring together members of the electronics industry from key centers in the countries where IPC operates, to discuss topics of interest around electronics manu- facturing and assembly. Events of this nature are a unique opportunity to learn first-hand about IPC's global initiatives for the bene- fit of the electronics industry, as well as the achievements and progress that IPC members are making to promote the region. The first IPC Day Mexico was co-hosted by IPC and the Queretaro Aerocluster, and was attended by representatives from more than 15 different companies and organizations in the local aeronautics industry. During the event at Queretaro Aeroclus- ter's facility, adjacent to the Queretaro Inter- national Airport, attendees learned about IPC globally and in the Mexico region, more about IPC's workforce training programs, and were able to network and share their experiences in the industry. The three keynote speakers IPC DAY MEXICO EVENTS This first-time event specifically highlighted the aeronautics industry By Robert Erickson, IPC Director, Product Management and Lorena Villanueva, IPC Director, Mexico Carlos Plaza, Lorena Villanueva, and Robert Erickson

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