Albemarle form electronic material business unit

Albemarle to form electronic material business unit

10:34 PM, 18th January 2012
Albemarle to form electronic material business unit

BATON ROUGE, US: Albemarle Corporation announced the formation of its electronic materials business unit, a subgroup of Albemarle’s newly renamed performance catalyst solutions (PCS) division, provides electronic-grade metal organics to the rapidly expanding light emitting diode (LED), compound semiconductor, and solar panel markets. The electronic material business is built upon Albemarle’s strong foundation of existing competencies in the electronic industry. “As a producer of metal organics for over half a century, Albemarle has built a solid reputation on chemical expertise and experience. With the launch of our electronic material business unit, Albemarle will bring the same high level of quality and competence to the LED and solar markets,” said Amy Motto, Vice President, PCS division, Albemarle.

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