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Posted: May 18, 2009

Rite Track and Brewer Science Expand Design Collaboration While Integrating New Processing Technologies

(Nanowerk News) Rite Track, a leading manufacturer of track systems for the semiconductor, MEMS, solar cell, and thin film head industries, and Brewer Science, a trusted provider of leading-edge materials and processes to the semiconductor industry, announce the formation of a collaborative partnership. This partnership leverages the track manufacturing and support expertise of Rite Track with the process innovation and applications strength of Brewer Science.
Under this agreement, Rite Track and Brewer Science will expand design collaboration while integrating new processing technologies developed by Brewer Science into Rite Track-supported TEL Mark series track systems and SVG track systems. This partnership will leverage the advanced chemical expertise, process knowledge, and applications fab access of Brewer Science with Rite Track’s excellence in designing custom modifications that extend the value of high-volume automated track systems.
“This is an exciting development for our customers,” says Lori Nye, Chief Marketing Officer of Brewer Science. “The combination of Brewer Science equipment and materials innovations, coupled with Rite Track’s manufacturing expertise provides expanded capabilities for both companies’ customers.”
“We are thrilled to have reached this agreement with Brewer Science. Working together, we can shorten our development cycle for new products by taking advantage of Brewer Science’s extensive process expertise and applications lab capabilities. Additionally, integration of exciting new Brewer Science innovations onto mainstream production tracks provides a path from development with Brewer Science products to production on Rite Track modified systems with minimal re-qualification,” stated John Noyes, Chief Technical Officer of Rite Track.
Source: Rite Track/Brewer Science (press release)
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