Key markets include sensors, thin film batteries, RFID, flexible displays, memory and IoT.
David Savastano, Editor07.29.15
The printed electronics market continues to gain prominence and increased adoption as a viable replacement for standard rigid and flexible copper circuit substrates. Molex Incorporated, a major global PCB and electronic component manufacturer, has taken an even larger position in the emerging PE segment with its recent acquisition of Soligie.
Established in 1938, Molex is headquartered in Lisle, IL. The company operates 50 manufacturing locations in 17 countries, and as a leading provider of electronic components and solutions, Molex views innovation as a tool for solving complex design and manufacturing challenges.
“We are dedicated to putting innovation to work for customers,” said Todd Hester, global VP and GM, Printed Circuit Products at Molex. “This philosophy has helped Molex create many pioneering electronic solutions and build a globally trusted brand known for quality and high performance.”
Molex prides itself on providing mor
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