RTW IPC APEX EXPO: Ventec's Jack Pattie on New Materials, Industry Upswing


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Jack Pattie, president of Ventec International Group, comments on continuing growth in sales, investment in manufacturing and distribution, and new product developments in polyimides, no-flow pre-pregs and thermally conductive materials.

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