Ereztech Expands US Footprint, Opens New R&D Lab

May 12, 2020


Ereztech Expands US Footprint, Opens New R&D Lab

Molecular Chemist Dr. Robert Todd to Oversee New Facility Operation.

Ereztech, a provider of complete metal-organic solutions to the semiconductor industry, announced the opening of its new research and development (R&D) lab in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. The facility will augment the company’s existing Europe-based manufacturing operations by serving as a second source of products for U.S.-based semiconductor materials suppliers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

The facility will allow Ereztech to extend its expertise of synthesis and analysis of air-sensitive metal-organic precursors to additional metal alkyls and hydrides, including pyrophorics, as well as an expanded palladium, platinum, and other noble metal offerings.

Dr. Robert Todd, an industry veteran, will lead the new operation. His expertise, combined with Ereztech’s semiconductor know-how, will allow the company to better serve customers with a broadened application expertise to address not only leading-edge semiconductor applications but the broader advanced materials and catalysis opportunities.

Ereztech’s 25 Grams program for new molecule introduction demonstrates its approach to working with customers. Leveraging its expertise in metal-organic molecules, Ereztech works in close collaboration with customers to perform custom synthesis in multiple trial runs of 25 grams each. Once a 25-gram trial passes customer testing, it is put into production of quantities from 40-100 kilograms.

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