Ereztech acquires 30,000sft facility for organometallic precursors


Ereztech, an American organometallic precursors provider, has acquired a new 30,000 square foot facility in Saukville, Wisconsin.

The facility is expected to give a greater production footprint to Ereztech, enabling it to expand its domestic production capacity and optimize its supply chain.

Roman Rytov — Ereztech CEO said: “The Saukville site expands the efforts of our Sheboygan Falls facility to provide vertically integrated, customized processes for a broad range of organometallic precursors.

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“Our control over precursor synthesis, down to the raw material level, purification, and packaging supports high volume manufacturing tailored to our customer’s requirements.”

According to Ereztech, the availability of thin-film precursors that are employed in atomic layer deposition (ALD) or chemical vapor deposition (CVD) processes is highly important for producing semiconductors and other materials-dependent advanced technologies.

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Ereztech said that it has focused its expansion on underpinning quick precursor research and development (R&D) discovery efforts and efficient production scaling to bolster the supply chain for expected growth in the semiconductor industry.

Dave Roberts — Ereztech CTO Dave Roberts said: “We envision our focus on molecular synthesis, along with purification in a controlled manufacturing environment, as fundamental to U.S. efforts to maintain a competitive technology edge.”

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