TUC Appoints John Strubbe Vice President of Technology


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C.N. Chen, president of Taiwan Union Technology Corporation (TUC), is pleased to announce the appointment of John Strubbe as Vice President – Technology. The position is within the Development and Application Center (DAC) located in Jhubei City, Hsinchu County, Taiwan. Strubbe has been working with TUC since June 2015.

“We are pleased to have John on board with us in this strategic position within TUC. His global experience in the printed circuit manufacturing process, his knowledge of base-material composition versus performance, and his problem-solving skills will be instrumental as TUC moves forward,” said Chen.

Previously, Strubbe had worked with WUS Printed Circuit, Tyco Electronics, Multek and NelTec.

About TUC

TUC is a leading global developer and manufacturer of prepregs and laminates for the electronics industry. We work relentlessly to provide materials that deliver solutions for present and future designs by partnering with our customers, as well as market-leading OEM’s. With this partnership, we are able to offer outstanding value with unparalleled service and support.

TUC is committed to innovation and leading technologies while maintaining product manufacturability. Our products deliver excellent resistance to moisture and chemicals as well as industry leading anti-CAF and CTE properties. We provide superior global technical resources and a competitive edge to equip customers with solutions that generate extraordinary value.

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