ACEM participated at the “IPC EMS Day – EMS industry recovering from the crisis” conference
The Association of Electronics Companies in Moldova participated, for the second consecutive time, at the “IPC EMS Day – ”EMS industry recovering from the crisis” conference, which took place on December 1, 2022, in the city of Tallinn, Estonia.
The event was organized by the Estonian Electronics Industry Association in partnership with IPC.
The seminar brought together over 200 participants, such as international experts and leading European electronics manufacturers, who provide an overview of the latest developments in the sector in the midst of various crises and discuss future trends.
At the conference Managing Director of the Estonian Electronics Industries Association Arno Kolk and the Project Coordinator of the Moldova Electronics Association ACEM, Elena Maevski renewed the cooperation.
The purpose of this Memorandum is to continue partnership for the following areas of cooperation: establishing communication channels that will facilitate the exchange of experience between members of associations; including scientific, technical and institutional collaboration, etc.
During the conference, also, the Republic of Moldova was represented by His Excellency the Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to the Republic of Estonia, PhD Stăvilă Ion, who expressed the willingness to cooperate to effectively implement the memorandum.
In this way, ACEM would like to thank the Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to the Republic of Estonia, PhD Stăvilă Ion, for his involvement in participating at the conference and supporting the Association of Electronics Companies in Moldova to implement efficiently the memorandum.
Also, the ACEM team would like to thank the Managing Director, Arno Kolk, for his invitation to attend this seminar and for his willingness to collaborate.
Together we can achieve more!
The participation at this event was organized with the support of the “Strong Businesses and Communities for Moldova” project financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and co-financed by the European Union and Swiss Cooperation Office (SDC). The project is implemented by the German Development Cooperation through GIZ, in partnership with the State Chancellery of Moldova.