May 8, 2012
Alpha LED Technologies to Attend Strategies in Light China 2012
South Plainfield, NJ -- Alpha(R), the world leader in the production of electronic soldering materials, will exhibit in this year's 2012 Strategies in Light China. This three-day international business- and market-oriented conference with accompanying trade show will be attended by Chinese and foreign companies at all levels of the HB LED supply chain. Alpha plans to showcase its line of ALPHA(R) LED specialty materials technologies that covers Levels 1-5 of the LED manufacturing process.
"Alpha's specialty materials technologies are based on our strong commitment to R&D and a clear understanding of the need to provide value for our customers in each key step in the LED manufacturing process.” said Ravi Bhatkal, Alpha's VP -- Energy Technologies. "Our well-known soldering materials expertise provides us with a deep insight into the challenging variety of bonding events required to assemble LEDs. China is a key LED device manufacturing and assembly market and we look forward to participating in SIL China."
Strategies in Light China will focus on the LED and SSL industry in Asia, more importantly China. In the past two years, the Chinese LED Market has grown at an average annual rate of more than 35%. To support this growth, China has developed a robust LED device manufacturing and assembly environment. All elements of the LED supply chain are represented in China, ranging from substrates, LED chip fabrication, to process materials and chemicals, to manufacturing equipment. Alpha's strong commitment to understand the LED market and our advanced technology platforms have helped create a superior line of performance materials specifically designed for LED applications. ALPHA(R) LUMET(TM) solder pastes with improved thermal cycling performance, improved vibration resistance and low thermal exposure will be showcased at 2012 Strategies in Light China.
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