Taiyo Appoints Sang Lam to Technical Service Engineer


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Taiyo America Inc. has recently appointed Sang Lam to the position of technical service engineer.  Sang comes to Taiyo with sixteen years of industrial experience (13 years laboratory and 3 years business) with about half of those laboratory years in liquid crystal and polymer formulations.

In his new position, Sang will help Taiyo maintain the number one spot in solder mask by providing the kind of outstanding service that their customers have come to expect, while also assisting with the expansion of their business into other markets.

“Sang’s enthusiasm and proactive nature, experience in polymers and Master’s Degree in Chemistry will greatly benefit Taiyo and our customers,” commented Pete Binzel, Taiyo’s senior technical service engineer and Sang’s mentor.

Sang Lam is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a M.S. degree in Chemistry.  He is married with two young daughters and enjoys spending time with family, reading and volunteering at church.

About Taiyo America, Inc.

TAIYO AMERICA, INC., a subsidiary of TAIYO HOLDINGS. CO., LTD., is the world’s leading manufacturer of specialty inks and solder masks for printed circuit boards.

For over 25 years, Taiyo America has propelled itself into the latest technologies and trends, and continues to use its extensive worldwide R&D resources to further offerings and capabilities that include the latest in inkjet technology for legend ink.

The Carson City, Nevada facility offers specialty dielectric inks and via filling inks for use with microvia and build-up technologies, as well as thermal-cure and UV-cure solder masks and legend inks. New offerings include dielectric and conductive ink products for the printed electronics, and lighting and displays markets. For more information, click here.

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