Connectors manufacturer Odu is set to be present at the New Electronics exhibition in Moscow this month.
Based at the Expocentre, the event will be held in a 5,800 sq m space and will see some of the foremost electronics firms in Russia and other countries showcase what is new and innovative in the sector.
This year's New Electronics exhibition will include 70 stalls run by international and local companies and in future the trade experience will be held in parallel with the famous German Messe Munich, which is planning to team up with the Russian event.
Some of the displays industry professionals attending the showcase will be able to see include electromechanical components and connectors, microelectronics, optoelectronics components and semiconductor devices.
Odu is an international electronics manufacturer that has subsidiary firms in Scandinavia, Romania, the UK, France, China and the USA.
It was founded in 1942 and currently employees more than 1,300 workers - 60 of whom are trainees.
Posted by Nick Hester