Honeywell Acquires GEM

Mather, Lee
December 2004
Advanced Packaging;Dec2004, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that Honeywell Inc. has acquired Mitsubishi Chemical America's 40 percent stake in GEM Microelectronics Materials LLC, giving Honeywell sole ownership of the venture. Honeywell plans to discontinue the use of the GEM name, and to market the products under its Honeywell Electronics Materials business, which makes a wide range of materials for the semiconductor industry.


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