Indium, Solder Chemistry Align for Electronics Market Growth

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Indium Corporation, a global electronics materials refiner, smelter, manufacturer, and supplier, announced that Solder Chemistry, a German producer of soldering technology, is now part of the Indium Corporation family. The joining of these two companies further expands Indium Corporation’s reach in the European electronics market and creates an extended platform for Solder Chemistry’s distinctive product offerings and technology. Each company will continue to offer products and solutions via its established sales and service networks. 

“Solder Chemistry and Indium Corporation operate with the same customer goals and benefits in mind,” said Brian Craig, Managing Director of Indium Corporation’s European Operations. “Both companies share a commitment to keeping our factories running efficiently through the supply of advanced materials, superior technical support, and excellent customer service.” 

“Solder Chemistry and Indium Corporation are both committed to working side-by-side to secure our future success,” said Robert Sudnik, Geschäftsführer, Solder Chemistry. “I am eager to work directly alongside Indium Corporation in bringing this new relationship to life and taking advantage of the resources this brings to our customers and the broader electronics industry.”

Indium Corporation has been active in the European market for over 30 years, including facilities in Milton Keynes, UK. Indium Corporation was among one of the first soldering materials suppliers to earn the IATF-16949:2016 management system certificates at five of its manufacturing facilities that produce products for automotive applications. The IATF 16949:2016 is an international Automotive Quality Management System Standard aimed at continuous improvement, emphasizing defect prevention, and reducing variation and waste in the automotive industry supply chain.



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