Things move quickly at Rogers!  Just yesterday, an announcement was made that Rogers signed a definitive agreement to acquire 100% of the stock of Curamik Electronics GmbH, a manufacturer of power electronic substrate products headquartered in Eschenbach, Germany, for €116 million (subject to closing adjustments).  Today, the deal has been closed and the acquisition complete.

Curamik, founded in 1983, is the worldwide leader for development and production of direct copper bonded (DCB) ceramic substrate products used in the design of intelligent power management devices, such as Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) modules. These devices enable a wide range of products including highly efficient industrial motor drives, wind and solar energy converters and hybrid electric vehicle drive systems. Most of Curamik’s products are manufactured using state-of-the-art automated processes in its facility located in Eschenbach, Germany.

Robert C. Daigle, Rogers’ Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer commented:

“This is an exciting acquisition for Rogers. Curamik is a recognized market-leader in power electronic substrate products for the sustainable energy market. This acquisition is a significant complement to our existing power electronic product portfolio, which includes our Power Distribution Systems and Thermal Management Solutions businesses”.

Robert D. Wachob, Rogers’ President and CEO commented;

“I am pleased to complete this acquisition as it provides the Company with significant opportunities to grow platforms in its targeted strategic markets.”

Read the full press releases about the signed agreement and completed transaction.

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One Response to Rogers Acquires Curamik Electronics

  1. Stephan says:

    This article is very relevant and interesting,

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