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VIDEO: Printed circuit business Trackwise on what it does and why it does it (TWD, piworld)

Here, the management team behind technology business Trackwise (LSE:TWD) run piworld’s Tamzin Freeman through what they do and why they think the printed electronic circuit space represents such a huge business opportunity.

Trackwise has two divisions. The first is Radio Frequency (RF), which supplies 3G and 4G networks. The second is Improved Harness Technology (IHT), which uses a patented process to manufacture unlimited length multilayer flexible printed circuits. These can be used in electric vehicle battery packs in the civil aviation, medical, space and scientific industries.

piworld provides content for investors, by investors.

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