Electronic Fluorocarbons has begun construction on a manufacturing and purification facility on 15 acres in Hatfield Township, Pennsylvania.
Currently operating in Ivyland, PA, the company will fold production into the new facility, where operations are set to begin in the third quarter of this year.
“This purpose-built facility represents a major milestone for Electronic Fluorocarbons.”
“This purpose-built facility represents a major milestone for Electronic Fluorocarbons,” said Pavel Perlov, Electronic Fluorocarbons CEO and Founder.
“It positions us well to execute on technical and strategic initiatives in several high growth markets, and to provide our customers with higher capacity and improved redundancy.”
Focus on R&D
The Hatfield Township plant will include:
The Hatfield Township center will enable EFC to research purification methodologies that will exceed currently accepted standards in the semi-conductor industry, while continuing to supply high quality, cost-competitive materials in a safe and responsible manner and allowing EFC’s expansion into electronic specialty gas and advanced materials markets.
High quality jobs
“Electronic Fluorocarbons decision to remain in Pennsylvania will create high quality jobs over the next three years,” continued Perlov. “The township, county, and state will also benefit from the company’s presence here.”
”We look forward to working closely with the local communities as we establish and grow our manufacturing capabilities in Pennsylvania. We truly appreciate the assistance of the staff of Hatfield Township, and other local officials in siting, permitting, and financing this facility.”