AIM Announces Research & Development Laboratory Expansion in Montreal

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AIM Solder, a leading global manufacturer of solder assembly materials for the electronics industry, is pleased to announce the expansion of the Research and Development Laboratory at its Montreal, Canada facility, bolstering an already extensive R&D network with laboratories in Mexico, Poland and China.

As the needs of the electronics assembly market evolve, AIM continues to work relentlessly to invigorate and adjust its Research & Development program. The newly built chemical laboratory and technical offices boast new state-of-the-art equipment and a thirty-five percent increase in square footage. Phase two of the expansion is underway and will include doubling the size of the company’s applications lab and testing area.

AIM’s continued investment in its already extensive R&D capabilities enables the company to deliver on its promise of offering innovative soldering solutions now and into the future.

“AIM Solder continues to aggressively invest in its R&D program, to stay ahead of the technology curve and solidify its presence at the forefront of innovative product development in the electronics assembly industry,” said David Suraski, AIM Solder’s Executive Vice President, AMD. “The recent expansion of the R&D laboratory in Canada, in addition to our lab capabilities around the world, solidifies AIM’s commitment to remaining an industry leader.”

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