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Isola 2019 Fact Sheet

ISOLA ANNOUNCES NEW HEADQUARTERS LOCATION IN CHANDLER WITH 118,000 SQUARE FOOT LEASE

Chandler, Arizona, (August 27, 2019):
Isola Group has completed a 118,000-square-foot lease to remain in Chandler and relocate its Corporate Offices, R&D and manufacturing operations. The company will be moving the Corporate Offices on October 7th, 2019 into a newly constructed industrial building at the Lotus Project, which is located near Kyrene Road and Loop 202 at 6565 West Frye Road, Chandler AZ 85226.

Isola Group is a market leader in copper-clad laminates and dielectric prepreg materials used to fabricate advanced multi-layer printed circuit boards (PCBs). The new state-of-the-art facility will be optimized for the quick-turn PCB market that drives much of the product innovation in North America.
“The finalization of the lease agreement and the build-out of our new facility will allow us to optimize our ability to serve the evolving electronics market in North America as it continues to shift from volume manufacturing to low volume, high customization,” said Travis Kelly, Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of Isola (Global Chief Operating Officer of Cerberus Operations and Advisory Company).

The facility, which will consolidate Isola’s Corporate Offices, R&D and manufacturing capability, is expected to open in multiple phases starting with the Corporate Offices on October 7th, 2019. R&D and JSL Analytical Services are scheduled to relocate to the new facility in December 2019 with the manufacturing facility ramping up in Q2 2020. Isola will continue to work closely with its customers and distributors in managing the transition period to the new facility and maintaining the highest level of customer service.

"Isola has been one of Chandler's long-standing technology employers and we are thrilled that their new headquarters and operational facility will remain in our community. It has been a pleasure working with Isola throughout the site selection process and we wish them many more years of success," said Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke.