Ventec Builds Global Inventory of High-Speed/Low Loss/High Frequency Materials


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In response to high demand and laminate material supply issues affecting some producers of low transmission loss and high frequency laminates and prepregs, Ventec International Group Co., Ltd. (6672 TT) has implemented material inventory and supply chain measures with favorable order requirements. In doing so, Ventec ensures that customers can continue to rely on uninterrupted material delivery through the company’s fully controlled and managed global supply chain.

Many PCB manufacturers around the world are currently experiencing supply issues and long lead-times for high-speed low loss & high frequency materials due to a combination of supply chain disruption and increased demand from 5G applications. In response to the resulting increased demand for Ventec’s tec-speed solutions, the company has made key strategic supply chain adjustments for fast manufacturing cycle times with expedited and flexible freight logistics to ensure customers can continue to rely on Ventec’s fully managed and controlled supply chain for uninterrupted material delivery around the globe.

At its manufacturing plants in China and Taiwan, production capability and capacity for critical materials has been increased to allow for current and anticipated greater demand as 5G applications grow. At the same time, inventory of Ventec’s tec-speed 6.0, 7.0, 7.1 & 20.0 high-speed low loss & high frequency materials is being built in all overseas warehouse facilities (UK, Germany, USA) for quick turn-around deliveries. Reduced minimum order quantity requirements is being offered to help new customers fulfil their manufacturing obligations.

"Since the supply of high-speed, low transmission loss materials has tightened, PCB manufacturers and OEMs are being forced to manage risks such as long lead times and supply disruptions," explains Mark Goodwin, COO Europe & Americas. "Ventec offers a range of products that remain unaffected by capacity constraints. Our customers are thus benefiting from uninterrupted access to high-quality material solutions with normal lead-times. Given the circumstances, we've also relaxed some of our standard order requirements for those materials to help customers manage their needs."

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

Ventec International Group

Ventec International Group Co., Ltd. (6672 TT) is a premier supplier to the Global PCB industry. With volume manufacturing facilities in Taiwan and China and distribution locations and manufacturing sites in both the US and Europe, Ventec specializes in advanced copper clad glass reinforced and metal backed substrates. Ventec materials, which include high-quality enhanced FR-4, high-speed/low-loss and high-performance IMS material technology and an advanced range of thermal management solutions, are manufactured by Ventec using strict quality-controlled processes that are certified to AS9100 Revision D, IATF 16949:2016 and ISO 9001:2015, and are backed by a fully controlled and managed global supply chain, sales- and technical support-network.

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