Isola Unveils New State-of-the-Art Global Headquarters


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Isola joined Summit Interconnect to unveil its new global headquarters with an open house. The grand opening event included presentations from Isola’s executive team, luncheon, Q&A session, and VIP facility tours for our guests, including distributors, OEMs, fabricators, business partners and Isola customers.

“Summit Interconnect extends our gratitude for our customer event hosted at Isola and Insulectro on December 5. The new Isola facility was extremely impressive, with a level of automation that builds confidence in your consistent quality.  Isola’s enthusiasm for supporting the North American market is critical to our sustained execution high reliability PWBs,” said Gerry Partida, Vice President of Technology.

The new Isola global headquarters, which houses a manufacturing facility, R&D, analytical services and corporate offices, is located in Chandler, Arizona.  The facility is fully equipped with state-of-the-art research laboratory and the most recent addition, our new lamination and fabrication facility which was designed to serve US fabricators' need for quick-turn and prototype business. The building has been designed to utilize a mix of advanced technology, custom automation to reduce lead times and to promote an incredible amount of flexibility for our PCB customers.

The new headquarters features a 118,000 square-foot manufacturing facility and houses a wide variety of associates that support the company, including Isola technicians, chemists, engineering, product development, manufacturing, customer service, billing and collections, finance, IT, legal, human resources, business development, marketing, sales and executive team.

“We could not be more proud of our new facility,” said Sean Mirshafiei, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. “Isola is excited to welcome our customers, associates and partners to our new home.” 

In addition to the new facility, Isola operates several manufacturing facilities, R&D laboratories and regional offices around the world, including South Carolina, Germany, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and China.

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