CLIFTON, N.J.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Joseph Federico, Vice President and Director of NJ MET, Inc., has announced NJ MET’s participation in the electronic testing exhibition and Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) conference. The Conference will be held at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida Booth 913 from December 4th – 7th 2017.
“In addition, I plan to conduct a mini series of electronic component testing lectures at our booth throughout the conference”
“We are looking forward to participating in our seventh consecutive DMSMS conference and to collaborate with the electronics industry on current obsolescence issues,” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters located in Clifton, NJ. “In addition, I plan to conduct a mini series of electronic component testing lectures at our booth throughout the conference,” added Joseph Federico.
Obsolescence and DMSMS are often used interchangeably. DMSMS is the lack of sources or materials; obsolescence is lack of availability due to statutory, process and design changes. An obsolete product refers to the product in question not being needed anymore, and DMSMS is driven by financial needs pushing a product out of production, but not necessarily out of use.
For nearly 40 years, NJ MET, Inc. has been a pioneer in the Commercial, Military, Aerospace, Space, Industrial, Automotive and Medical fields providing worldwide quality electronic component procurement, screening and qualification testing of electronic component products.
NJ MET, Inc. is also registered with GIDEP, SAE International, ERAI, ASTM, ITAR, IEEE, and ANSI/ESD20.20. Their employees have hands on training in the Counterfeit Components Avoidance Workshop by The Components Technology Institute, Inc. and just celebrated 38 years of Laboratory Procurement and Testing Services. NJ MET, Inc. has an outstanding A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Please call Joseph Federico, Vice President and Director of Operations, for more information about the DMSMS 2017 conference http://www.dmsmsmeeting.com/ as well as NJ MET’s electronic testing services at (973) 546-5393 or visit NJ MET’s website at http://www.njmetmtl.com.