Ventec Celebrates a Decade of Innovation, Excellence and Business Growth at electronica


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Ventec International Group is excited to have reached its 10-year European anniversary as a world leader in the production of polyimide & high reliability epoxy laminates and prepregs. Ventec will be celebrating this important milestone at electronica, November 8-11 in Munich, Germany on Booth B4/118.

Incorporated in November 2006 as a joint venture known as Global Ventec Laminates, Ventec Europe imported its first container-full of material in May 2007 and later that year began cutting, packaging and shipping material from its original location in Leamington Spa, England. The company has expanded considerably over the past decade and today is operating two fully equipped service & warehousing centres in the UK and Germany and further sales and service offices in France, Italy and Holland. The UK facility operates two state-of-the-art Yow Shi diamond blade saws with full extraction and three state-of-the-art Pasquato slitters, one dedicated to polyimide. All the machines are equipped with certified Class 1000 laminar flow canopies, and the company maintains a strict clean-room cutting environment. The German facility, which opened in 2010, operates a large-format Holzma panel saw for volume production and a similar Pasquato machine as in the UK. Ventec’s UK centre is certified to AS9100 Rev C, and all facilities operate to ISO 9001:2015 standards.

Crucially, Ventec’s success in Europe sparked the company's global expansion through further facilities in the East and West Coast and Mid-West of America as well as penetration into well-established high-reliability markets like Israel, and into the OEM market with its IMS business. Today, Ventec has built a reputation as an industry leader with an overseas business approaching 50 million dollars.

At electronica 2016, Ventec's expert team will be on hand on Booth B4/118 throughout the show. Show-highlights include:

  • Latest advances in high performance IMS materials that deliver an exceptional thermal performance, reliability and quality, particularly demanded by automotive and other LED lighting and DC power conversion applications;
  • Latest developments in polyimide technology;
  • Ventec's advanced high speed/low loss product line 'tec-speed';
  • Newest ranges of PCB base-materials including complementary products such as flex- & rigid-flex circuit board materials, back-up, entry & routing materials, foils and coatings;
  • Ventec 10th Anniversary Booth Party – a relaxed and informal celebration with the Ventec Team on Wednesday, 9th November from 6pm on Booth B4/118.

"Ventec is proud of its ten-year track record of successful growth and sustained profitability" said Mark Goodwin, COO USA & Europe. "At the same time, we are forward-focused on the next decade and have significant strategic plans to continue to deliver future proof materials and services as we see an increase in demand for Ventec solutions."

For more information about Ventec's solutions and the company’s wide variety of products, please visit www.venteclaminates.com.

For more information on the company's vision for the future, and to meet Ventec Europe co-founder Mark Goodwin (COO, Europe & USA), Thomas Michels (Managing Director, Europe) or other members of the Ventec team, please contact Kim Sauer (kim@wearescoop.com) to arrange an appointment at electronica.

About Ventec International Group

With volume manufacturing facilities and HQ in Suzhou China, Ventec International specializes in advanced copper clad glass reinforced and metal backed substrates for the PCB industry. With distribution locations and quick-turn CCL manufacturing sites in both the US and Europe, Ventec International is a premier supplier to the Global PCB industry. For more information, click here.

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