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Air Liquide to acquire Voltaix  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Air Liquide (Paris, France; www.airliquide.com) has signed an agreement to acquire Voltaix Inc., a U.S. based electronics materials company. The acquisition is expected to close later this summer, pending applicable regulatory approvals. Founded in 1986, Voltaix is a manufacturer of materials used in the production of semiconductor devices and advanced solar cells, with expertise and global stewardship in silicon, germanium, and boron chemistries. It operates manufacturing facilities in the U.S. (Branchburg, N.J.; High Springs, Fla.; and Portland,Pa.) and in South Korea in Sejong-si (South Chungcheong Province). The company employs 185 employees. Air Liquide, with its Aloha product line, is said to be recognized as an industry leader in advanced precursors for semiconductor manufacturing. Precursors are molecules with specific physical and chemical properties that are used for depositing critical layers during fabrication of microelectronic devices. Air Liquide utilizes a comprehensive process for designing, screening and industrializing advanced precursors in close cooperation with semiconductor industry leaders and process tool makers. The acquisition of Voltaix complements the Aloha offer and brings together synergies in molecule…
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