LAKE SUCCESS, New York, January 10, 2000…Park Electrochemical Corp. (NYSE-PKE) announced the election of Christopher F. Johnson as Senior Vice President-Corporate Development of the company.
Mr. Johnson has been in the electronics materials industry for his entire career. Read More→
Anaheim, California, October 7, 1999 – Park/Nelco (NYSE-PKE) announced that its high speed, low loss N6000 series multilayer material system has received UL recognition, including 94V-0 flame retardancy classification.
The N6000 system is designed for next generation signal integrity applications such as low loss backplane technology, Read More→
LAKE SUCCESS, New York, August 5, 1999…Park Electrochemical Corp. (NYSE-PKE) announced that, yesterday, its Board of Directors approved a large expansion program relating to the company’s sophisticated electronic circuitry material facilities located in Newburgh, Read More→
LAKE SUCCESS, New York, July 14, 1999….Park Electrochemical Corp. (NYSE-PKE) today announced the election of Robert A. Forcier as the President of Park’s Neltec, Inc. subsidiary located in Tempe, Arizona. Read More→
Anaheim, California, July 1, 1999 – Park Electrochemical Corp. (NYSE-PKE) announced that its Nelco Products, Inc. subsidiary has acquired the assets of QLP Laminates from the AMP Incorporated subsidiary of Tyco International Ltd. Read More→
LAKE SUCCESS, New York, May 25, 1999…Park Electrochemical Corp. (NYSE-PKE) today announced the retirement of E. Phillip Smoot from the Company effective August 29, 1999. The Company also announced that it has entered into a consulting agreement with Mr. Read More→
Anaheim, CA USA – March 5, 1999 – Nelco International introduces a series of advanced materials for multilayer interconnects that provide higher yields and faster processing speeds for printed circuit board fabrication. Read More→
Anaheim, CA USA – March 5, 1999 – Nelco International introduces a new SI (Signal Integrity) series of high frequency laminates that operate in the 1- 10 Ghz range. These high frequency products are designed for high speed digital and analog applications including tight tolerance impedance interconnects where signal integrity and wide bandwidth are critical for final system performance. Read More→