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Henkel sells thermal-clad dielectric materials business to Polytronics Technology

By Mary Page Bailey |

Polytronics Technology Corp. (Hsinchi, Taiwan) has entered into an agreement with the U.S. operations of Henkel AG & Co. KGaA (Düsseldorf, Germany) to acquire Henkel’s thermal clad dielectric material (TCLAD) business division. The acquisition includes manufacturing facilities located in Prescott, Wisconsin, as well as machinery, equipment, inventory, trademarks, patents, copyrights and more.

Henkel’s PCLAD division was formerly the Insulated Metal Substrates department of Bergquist, which was acquired by Henkel in 2014. TCLAD developed a proprietary wet process for manufacturing high-quality dielectrics designed for applications requiring high conductivity, including in automotive, power, aerospace and defense applications.

 

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