Air Liquide Acquires electronics molecule specialized Company Voltaix

Air Liquide completes the acquisition of Voltaix

7:39 AM, 26th September 2013
Air Liquide acquires Voltaix

PARIS, FRANCE: Air Liquide has completed the acquisition of Voltaix, a company specializing in molecules for electronics, based in the United States. This acquisition will complete the Air Liquide ALOHA range, range of advanced materials, and create new synergies in research and industrialization of innovative molecules. It enriches the portfolio of new molecules with high added value, thus contributing to greater connectivity and computing power of new electronic equipment.

“This acquisition allows both companies to combine their resources and expertise to create synergies and new growth opportunities, and thus expand our market presence and our product for manufacturers of semiconductors worldwide. It also allows us to meet the growing public demand for flat screens, tablets and increasingly powerful smartphones. We are pleased to welcome these new employees in the Group and we look forward to continuing to offer our customers products and services of high quality and reliability and the vanguard of the innovation,” said Michael J Graff, member of Executive Committee, Air Liquide.

 

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