Eternal Technologies Welcomes Bob Ferguson as Strategic Alliance Director for North America

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Eternal Technologies has named Bob Ferguson as Strategic Alliance Director for North America. Ferguson, who is CEO of BreakFree Strategies, will manage all of Eternal strategic alliances and partnerships throughout North America, helping to expand the company's sales and customer support throughout the region.

Eternal Technologies manufactures photoresist dry film products in Richmond, Virginia. It provides direct supply to both North America and European customers, with quick-turn-around order-shipping process, Just-in-Time inventory efficiency, and direct customer services. Eternal Technologies' parent company Eternal Materials is the largest photoresist dry film supplier in the world, with 25 global production sites located all over Asia, North America and Europe.

"We're please that Bob is joining our team in North America. This is an exciting time in North America as global companies continue to consolidate and look for reliable high technology partners throughout both North America and around the world," said David Lee of Eternal Technologies. "With Bob's help, we will collaborate more closely with our customers and provide them with a broader range of technology and experience. Bob's extensive background in the electronics industry makes Bob the ideal candidate to lead this initiative."

Ferguson and BreakFree Strategies join Eternal with more than 30 years of global experience in the electronics industry. Before founding Breakfree Strategies, a boutique consulting firm focused on the electronics industry, Ferguson served as EVP Avantor Electronic Materials, Veeco Instruments, and Dow Chemical, formally Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, and Morton Electronic Materials in various executive leadership roles.


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