That’s one of the questions the new leadership at HDP plans to address in 2021.
This month Marshall Andrews stepped down as the longest-serving head of The High-Density Packaging (HDP) User Group. But as Larry Marcanti assumes the role of executive director of the decades-old electronics consortium, don’t expect big changes.
On Andrews’ 15-year watch, HDP’s membership increased by more than 30 companies, to reach more than 50 total. The ongoing project portfolio rose from five to an average of 25 member-driven activities.
Despite the Covid-19 lockdown, HDP is coming off one of its most successful years yet, having completed 13 projects. Marcanti and HDP facilitator John Davignon gave an update of the consortium’s latest work and future plans in an exclusive interview with PCD&F/CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY in December.
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