Amphenol Printed Circuits Recognizes Panasonic as a Qualified Vendor for Flexible Laminates


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Amphenol Printed Circuits has qualified Panasonic’s Felios Flexible Laminates and will now increase usage on new part-numbers. Both Amphenol and Matrix have worked diligently to achieve this qualification milestone over the course of 2019.

Panasonic’s Felios is an advanced adhesive-less copper-clad flex circuit material, designed to meet the demanding high performance and reliability requirements of the Aerospace and Commercial Avionics market segments. Panasonic offers the largest selection of both thin and thick copper foil and polyimide film constructions in the industry.

“Panasonic and Matrix are an integral part of our planned growth in the Flexible Circuits business”, stated Christine Harrington, Managing Director, PCB Operations at Amphenol Printed Circuits. “Matrix is providing the best-in-class flexible materials. I would like to thank Matrix and Panasonic for their efforts to qualify and support Amphenol Printed Circuits”.

“Matrix is delighted to be one of Amphenol’s strategic partners, and our Team is committed to servicing the North American PCB marketplace with Felios, the most reliable and most dimensionally stable flexible circuit materials available”, says Jeff Cassell, vice president of Sales at Matrix.

About Matrix USA Inc.

Committed to the motto: “Quality Products, Dependable People”, Matrix was established in 1977 with the objective of providing quality raw material to the North American Printed Circuit Board Industry. Matrix has five Rapid Response warehouses located throughout the US and Canada that fulfill high quality, fast delivery, and custom orders daily. For further information visit: www.matrixusa.us.

About Amphenol Printed Circuits

Amphenol Printed Circuit (APC) is a world leader in the printed circuit industry for Military and Commercial markets, building PCBs, backplanes, flex and rigid-flex products to meet their customers’ demanding needs. APC’s capabilities are among the world’s broadest and most advanced, delivering consistent quality and reliability for demanding high-bandwidth systems and mission-critical applications for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.amphenol-apc.com.

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