Mallinckrodt Baker: Lowering manufacturing costs using performance chemistries

The PV-Tech team met with John Bubel, Director of Marketing at Mallinckrodt Baker, Inc., to discuss the company's future marketing and technology strategy. Taking know-how from the company's semiconductor business, the company's focus is on using core competencies to help increase both cell efficiencies and its clients' manufacturing effiency by increasing yield, lowering defectivity and improving throughput in key steps.

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