SAN CLEMENTE, CA, USA (November 24, 2010)- Advanced MP Technology, Inc., the leading global full-service distributor of electronic components, successfully exhibited its services at Electronica 2010 in Munich, Germany from November 9 to 12, 2010.
As Europe’s largest trade show for electronic components, Electronica continued to attract a vast amount of exhibitors and visitors in 2010. This year’s Electronica attracted around 2,595 international exhibitors and approximately 70,000 trade visitors. According to Messe Munchen GmbH, “Exhibitors from 45 countries came to the 24th electronica in Munich in 2010, thus again clearly accentuating its position as the international meeting-point for the electronics industry. The mood at the trade fair was characterized by the enormous upturn in the industry during the last few months. Exhibitors agreed that companies can expect stable growth in future and are banking on innovative future technologies.”
Advanced MP’s senior staff from its London, Munich and Budapest offices as well as USA Headquarters, participated during the four day trade show. Advanced MP Technology impressed visitors with its highly innovative exhibit, and details of its multi-faceted global supply chain optimization services and solutions. The most notable amongst the services were component cost reduction, reverse logistics as well as Advanced MP’s value-recovery programs. Along with this, Advanced MP also displayed its priority towards providing the highest quality in component distribution services, and its commitment to continuously watch and respond to what matters to its customers.
Kamran Malek, Vice President of Marketing for Advanced MP Technology, who also attended Electronica 2010, said, “Our active involvement as exhibitors in Electronica this year was a huge success because it displayed our strengths and visionary approach. We conducted very productive face to face meetings with many of our customers and suppliers during this event. Electronica provided us a favorable and large venue to present solutions in response to emerging customers’ needs, such as reverse logistics and margin recovery models, that will in turn enhance our clients’ bottom line in the current market condition.”