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66 PCB007 MAGAZINE I JUNE 2021 Insulectro Promotes Industry Veteran Michelle Walsh to Vice President of Product Management E Insulectro, the largest distributor of materi- als for use in manufacture of printed circuit board and printed electronics, has promot- ed Michelle Walsh to vice president of product management. Mycronic to Acquire atg Luther & Maelzer E Mycronic is to acquire atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH (atg), a leading global developer, man- ufacturer and supplier of advanced equipment for electrical testing of PCBs and substrate. e acquisition strengthens and broadens Mycron- ic's offering and creates a platform in the field of electrical testing. Atotech Reports Q1 2021 Results, Raises 2021 Full Year Guidance E Atotech, a leading specialty chemicals technol- ogy company and a market leader in advanced electroplating solutions, reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2021 and raised its revenue and adjusted EBITDA guidance for full year 2021. MKS Instruments Enters Agreement to Acquire Photon Control E MKS Instruments, Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which MKS will acquire Photon Control Inc. for CAD$3.60 per share, in an all-cash transac- tion valued at approximately CAD$387 million, with an estimated enterprise value of CAD $343 million. VARIOPRINT Converts to Peters Solder Resist E In the course of a quality campaign, VARIO- PRINT AG relies on the ELPEPCB® Elpemer® AS 2467 solder resist system. e Swiss com- pany will use this solder resist in the future for a large part of their printed circuit board types. Rogers Corporation Reports First Quarter 2021 Results E Rogers Corporation announced financial re- sults for the first quarter of 2021. "Rogers de- livered strong first quarter sales and earn- ings, driven by the continued execution of our growth strategy and operational excellence initiatives," stated Bruce D. Hoechner, Rogers' president and CEO. KLA Foundation Pledges $550,000 to COVID-19 Relief in India E KLA Corporation announced the KLA Foun- dation is expanding its COVID-19 relief efforts in India with a donation of $550,000 to help combat the second wave of coronavirus infec- tions currently taxing the country's healthcare system amidst a national vaccine shortage. WAGO Introduces Michael Cuff as New Business Development Specialist E Michael Cuff has been hired by WAGO for the position of Business Development—PCB and Electronic Interconnect Specialist. A lifelong resident of Massachusetts, Michael studied electrical engineering, earning his bachelor's degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston and his master's at Tus in Medford.

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