Prince Carl Philip visits Micronic Mydata

During the visit, The Prince was given a demonstration of jet printing for applying solder paste to circuit boards. Photo: Magnus Elgqvist

Prince Carl Philip studies the optic carriage of a laser pattern generator. Photo: Magnus Elgqvist

The Prince speaks with Lena Olving, President and CEO of Micronic Mydata, during the tour of the production premises. Photo: Magnus Elgqvist

On Monday 3 March, Prince Carl Philip visited Micronic Mydata in Täby, a high-tech company that has worked within the electronics industry for more than 30 years.

During the visit, The Prince learnt about Micronic Mydata, saw the production premises and found out about the production process. The visit was hosted by President and CEO Lena Olving.

The company operates within two business areas: pattern generators and surface mounting. Pattern generators are used by the world's leading electronics companies when manufacturing screens for smartphones, tablets, computers and televisions. Surface mounting is used when manufacturing electronic products for applications such as energy technology, telecommunications and the aviation industry.

The company has 522 employees, of which around 340 work in Sweden. All research and development takes place at the company's headquarters in Täby. There are also subsidiaries in China, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, the USA, the Benelux countries, the UK, and Russia.

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