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While the turnaround in the foundry business has been significant, other factors are working in the United States' favor.
Foundry Design & Technology, PO Box 345, Moneta, VA, 24121-0345 tel: 540/297-8884 fax: 540/297-9110
UMC was also the first foreign company to acquire a Japanese semiconductor company in 1997; UMCJ now operates as the only pure play foundry in Japan.
When productivity becomes the driver of manufacturing strategy, the sales pitches of all the purveyors of new foundry equipment can be put into their proper perspectives.
The problems for the nonferrous foundry business are, in many ways, a microcosm of the difficulty in maintaining a manufacturing base in the country.
While there are any number of explanations for this longstanding plight of the foundry sales staff, non is more powerful--or more on target--than the reality of industry maturity.
When the current management took over Benton Foundry in 1975, they saw the need to diversity their customer base so that the firm could serve the widest possible spectrum of customers.
Foundry Products Inc, 6000 N Hix Road, PC Box 85400, Westland, MI, 48185
Dependable Foundry Equip Co, 12505 B W Herman Rd, PO Box 3210, Tualatin, OR,
10-Gigabit Ethernet and the Internet2 activities are a wonderful melding of superb technology with bandwidth requirements," said Bobby Johnson, president and CEO of Foundry Networks.
Held in conjunction with the GIFA exhibition on June 16-17 is the World Foundry Organization Technical Forum.
By using a Western Bentonite-dominated binder, overall bond usage by a foundry can be reduced with an increase in mold hardness.