EMC Establishes Licensing Agreement with Arlon


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Arlon Electronic Materials, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, announced that it has entered into a production agreement with Elite Materials Co., Ltd. (EMC) Taiwan.

Under the terms of the agreement, Arlon will be licensed to manufacture EMC products.

This agreement will give EMC, the world’s largest producer of halogen free laminate materials, its first manufacturing facility in North America. Arlon will initiate production in late 2023, upon completion of on-going facility upgrades.

Eric Tseng, EMC Overseas Sales Manager said “This license agreement will provide our valued North American customer base with access to EMC materials produced in the USA. Previously, customers had to purchase EMC materials exclusively from Asia, soon customers will have more sourcing options with EMC.”

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