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The IVAM directory, the first international directory for products and services in the fields of microtechnology, nanotechnology and advanced materials, goes into reprint: the fifth edition again brings together high-tech suppliers and users. The directory helps potential customers find the right product, supplier and contact person easily and quickly. High-tech companies and institutes that want to be included in the IVAM directory can apply until November 15 to the editor IVAM Microtechnology Network. A precondition for inclusion into the directory is a membership in the association. "IVAM does not only stand up actively for the interests of its members, but also offers services with a concrete benefit, as for example trade fair participations or strategy meetings on management level. More than that, IVAM has something "personal" - one feels like a member of a large family ", states Dr. Markus Schotters, managing director of the sensor manufacturer ACEOS GmbH.
IVAM directory brings together suppliers and users: application deadline passes on November 15, 2007
Germany | Posted on September 5th, 2007
Sensors, fluidic structures or actuators: customers from many sectors like the automotive industry or medical technology will find a contact person in the product directory very quickly. A technology index makes research easy. In addition, detailed profiles of the suppliers are listed on the Internet under http://www.ivam.de.
The application deadline for inclusion into the IVAM directory 2008 passes on November 15, 2007. Companies and institutes that would like to be listed in the brochure, can contact the managing director of IVAM Dr. Christine Neuy (Phone: +49 231 9742 167; E-mail: ).
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