Explore the world of electronics products and services

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics returns to Farnborough 7 to 9 February 2023, offering purchasing professionals a golden opportunity to meet many suppliers .

Visitors to Southern Manufacturing & Electronics have the opportunity to explore the products, technologies and services offered by regular exhibitors and new faces. For example, Taiwanese PCB manufacturer EISO Enterprise is making a first appearance, as is Bournemouth-based INDUS Engineering Services which plans to showcase custom control panels and more.

Those needing to source components will be spoiled for choice. Take electrical connectors, for example. Advanced Chemical Etching, Aerco, Broadband Technology 2000, Cembre, CIE Electronics, Coax Connectors, Gem Cable Solutions, Hitaltech UK, ODU UK, Schurter, Selwyn Electronics, Shoal Group and TFC will all be exhibiting. 

Another example is cables, including: EV charging, assemblies, looms, harnesses, jointing products, design services and identification. Exhibitors specialising in cabling include Brady, Cableplus Europe, Convert, Corintech, Delta Impact, Easby Electronics, Electronic Manufacturing Solutions, Electronic Technicians, Emolice Contract Manufacturing Solutions, European Circuits, Gem Cable Solutions, Grinsty Rail, Hitaltech UK, InCap Electronics UK, Kabelschlepp Metool, K Lacey Cables, Micronel, Nemco, Phoenix Contact, Process Parameters, Shenzhen X-Mulong Circuit Co and Trojan Electronics 2018. 

PCB design, manufacture, assembly, inspection and accessories are also well represented, with offerings from over three dozen companies providing machines, automation, products and services.

Numerous launches have been announced by exhibitors. Accelonix will showcase its new Neotel Neostation, a smart, light guided assembly station integrating assembly, soldering and even visual inspection for low volume, high mix manual PCB assembly. E-MAX Systems will show a new cloud product combining the cost savings, improved security and greater flexibility of that technology with automatic software updates and a reduction in the need for IT resource. Europac3D will demonstrate LEO, the world’s first wireless, AI-driven 3D scanner that simplifies reverse engineering and inspection.

AutoAero is a specialist show feature focusing on manufacturing in the automotive and aerospace sectors, both vital to the UK economy.

As well as the exhibition and demonstration areas, there will be the usual seminar programme comprising technical and business topics covering a wide range of issues facing manufacturing businesses today.