The show marks the first time all companies in the group will be represented on one stand following the acquisition of AGW and Avon Magnetics in 2023
KAMIC Magnetics Group will present its strongest ever power magnetics portfolio at this year’s Engineering Design Show (EDS) taking place on the 11th – 12th October at the Coventry Building Society Arena. This will be the first time that its five specialist magnetics components businesses will come together on one stand (D4) following the Group’s acquisition of AGW and Avon Magnetics in 2023.
Each business in the KAMIC Group Magnetics division has its own strength, and together they form a global magnetics powerhouse with 1,100 employees, manufacturing in five countries and direct representation in the world’s most significant economies. The Group is offering customers a comprehensive portfolio that supports them in designing exceptional, efficient power architectures for applications from portable electronics through mains powered systems to renewable energy sources and electric vehicles.
Visitors to EDS will be able to see products and solutions from across the group consisting of AGW, Avon Magnetics, ETAL, SIGA Electronics and Talema. Each company will be represented on the stand with a range of magnetic components and transformers designed for industries such as aerospace, defence, medical technologies, telecommunications and automotive.
Stefan Ruuth, Sales Manager BA Magnetics at ETAL GROUP, said: “The last twelve months have been transformative for our division as we become a power player in the market. EDS will be a milestone for us as a business, and the perfect platform to demonstrate the strengths of our five leading manufacturers.”
For more information on the show visit https://www.engineeringdesignshow.co.uk/.
About KAMIC Magnetics Group
The KAMIC Magnetics Group (https://kamicgroup.com) business unit provides customers worldwide with a comprehensive portfolio of power magnetics. It includes five specialist magnetic components businesses: AGW, Avon Magnetics, ETAL, SIGA Electronics and Talema with 1,100 employees, manufacturing in five countries and direct representation in the world’s most significant economies.
For further details please contact:
ETAL (UK) Ltd
Unit 2, Mid Sussex Business Park
Folders Lane East