Ventec Focuses on High Thermal Performance Materials for Automotive Lighting Design at IFAL 2016


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Ventec International Group will exhibit in Booth #B003 at 4th International Forum on Automotive Lighting, China (IFAL), scheduled to take place June 16th-18th, 2016 at the Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China.

Today’s automotive lighting designs and technology applications demand highly reliable and stable materials at their core that deliver an ever-increasing level of thermal performance, reliability and quality. Ventec’s VT4 B family of thermally conductive Insulated Metal Substrates (IMS) offer an unprecedented level of thermal performance through their established ceramic-filled halogen-free dielectric technology. Multilayered constructions are made possible through resin-coated foil and resin-coated film options that will be exhibited at the show on booth #B003.

Didier Mauve, Sales Manager at Ventec commented: “The International Forum on Automotive Lighting (IFAL) combined with the International Automotive Lighting Industry Exhibition (IALIE) provides a unique platform to network and meet leaders in the field of automotive lighting in China. Throughout the show, our team of technical and supply chain experts will be on hand to meet our customers and help visitors select and specify the best materials that will enable optimum product performance and cost-effectiveness without compromising manufacturability or functionality.”

About Ventec International

With volume manufacturing facilities and HQ in Suzhou China, Ventec International specializes in advanced copper clad glass reinforced and metal backed substrates for the PCB industry. With distribution locations and quick-turn CCL manufacturing sites in both the US and Europe, Ventec International is a premier supplier to the Global PCB industry.

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