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IPC RELEASES BOOK-TO-BILL RATIOS FOR FEBRUARY 1993

 LINCOLNWOOD, Ill., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits (IPC) has released the U.S. Printed Wiring Board Industry Book-to-Bill Ratio for February 1993. The Book-to-Bill Ratio for February 1993 rose to 1.04.
 Sales billed (shipments) in February 1993 increased 10.5 percent over February 1992, and orders booked for the same month showed an increase of 8.4 percent over February 1992.
 As compared to 1992, 1993 bookings of PWBs are up 7.3 percent year- to-date. 1993 shipments of PWBs are up 6.2 percent year-to-date.
 The information provided includes data for both rigid and flexible PWB manufacturers who participate in IPC's Monthly Statistical Program. These participants represent over 40 percent of the U.S. domestic printed wiring board market.
 The IPC, with over 1,900 member companies worldwide, represents manufacturers and users of printed boards, flat cable, discrete wiring, hybrid circuits, and companies that assemble printed boards. Membership also includes suppliers to the industry, colleges and universities, and over 60 government agencies.
 IPC will be releasing this book-to-bill information on a monthly basis.
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 /CONTACT: Todd W. Brinegar of IPC, 708-677-2850/


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