Isola Announces Upgrades to Ridgeway, South Carolina Facility

CHANDLER, ARIZONA, January 9, 2007 – Isola Group S.a.r.l., a designer, developer and manufacturer of high performance base materials for the printed circuit board industry, announced today completion of extensive upgrades to its Ridgeway, South Carolina facility. The multimillion dollar upgrades that increase capacity 33% includes an Aiki automated build up system and associated automation housed in a new Class 1K capable clean room facility. According to Ray Sharpe, Isola CEO, “These state-of-the-art upgrades to automation, build up and clean room technology will allow us to better respond to the industries ever increasing demands for quality and delivery.”

The Ridgeway facility upgrades were completed at the end of December 2006.

07 January 2007

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