KRET promotes printed circuit boards to the European and CIS markets


KRET promotes printed circuit boards to the European and CIS markets


At the Minsk-hosted Automation. Electronics – 2016 exhibition KRET is presenting its extensive manufacturing capabilities to deliver accuracy class 5  printed circuit boards to the electronics, defense and other industries. The concern plans to find customers in the CIS and Europe and expand the geography of sales.

The exhibition booth of the Ryazan State Instrument Enterprise (GRPZ),  forming part of  KRET,  showcases high-tech printed circuit boards — multilayer boards with the number of layers ranging from 2 to 25, flexible and flex-rigid PCB's, thermally conductive aluminum-based PCB's, microwave PCB's and other PCB products.

Today GRPZ is rated as one of the best PCB manufacturers in Russia, as well as a specialist in sophisticated radio electronics and aircraft radar systems.

The high product quality is ensured by automated optical inspection of the PCB manufacturing process and full control of electrical parameters of finished multi-layer PCB's.

The plant's proprietary technology provides the basis for producing printed circuit boards containing from 2 to 25 layers and advanced flexible PCB's. Apart from those, KRET's Ryazan-based enterprise manufactures printed circuit boards featuring gold-plated surfaces and connector pins.

The Automation. Electronics international specialized exhibition is taking place from February 2 to February 5 in the capital city of Belarus. This is one of the largest events in the country for manufacturers, suppliers of automation systems and electronic components, electronics and electrical equipment and materials. The exhibition involves over 100 companies from Belarus, Russia, Poland and Germany.

Source: KRET website