MacDermid Electronics Solutions’ Julian Bashore Elected to JPCA Board of Trustees


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MacDermid Electronics Solutions, a division of MacDermid, Incorporated, a Platform Specialty Products Corporation company, announces the election of Julian Bashore, Managing Director - Japan, to the Japan Electronics Packaging and Circuits Association (JPCA) Board of Trustees at their annual general meeting held in Tokyo on May 22, 2015. The JPCA was established in 1962 as a voluntary, non-profit organization to support printed wiring board manufacturers and other related industries. MacDermid joined the JPCA in 1983 and it is the first time in its history that a MacDermid employee has been selected as a trustee.

At the same time, executives from Fujitsu, Ibiden, Meiko, Nippon Mektron and other leading Japanese manufacturers were also elected by the 380-member organization and will serve on the board for a 2-year term. As a newly elected JPCA board member, Mr. Bashore said, "It is truly an honor to be selected by our peers to help lead this important organization. This reflects the high esteem that electronics manufacturers in Japan have for MacDermid and our chemistry."

MacDermid supplies innovative products to a rapidly changing electronics marketplace. Working with our customers, we research, formulate and deliver specialty chemicals for the most complex printed circuit board designs. We specialize in the areas of final finishes, through-hole metallization, and circuit formation providing a critical component for maintaining the finished product’s overall performance.

From wireless devices and computers to automotive and military electronics, MacDermid’s products are an integral part of the electronics manufacturing industry.

About MacDermid

MacDermid is a leading supplier of specialty chemicals for fabricators, assemblers, and original equipment manufacturers. We are a proven innovator in the field of electronics processing, with a passion for providing application-specific solutions for our customers' most difficult manufacturing challenges and unsurpassed technical support. Visit us at: electronics.macdermid.com.

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