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Conductive Compounds, Inc. Announces New Management Team

October 4, 2013

Conductive Compounds, Inc.becomes a woman-owned business and appoints a new president, general manager and vice president.

Hudson, NH (PRWEB) October 04, 2013

Conductive Compounds Inc., a Hudson, NH (USA) based manufacturer of specialty materials for global printed electronics and electronic assembly industries, announced today the appointment of Janice “Eileen” Banfield as its new President. Eileen has taken on this new role since the passing of company co-founder and her husband, Donald L. Banfield, in March of this year. Conductive Compounds Inc. is now a woman-owned and managed business and Eileen will be responsible for directing its overall growth and expanding on Don’s vision to provide innovative quality products and solutions for the global electronic assembly market.

Samuel W. Pollard has been appointed as the new General Manager of Conductive Compounds, Inc. Sam brings a wealth of manufacturing, engineering and management experience including a deep understanding of CCI’s operations from his previous independent consulting for the company. Sam’s focus will be on the general management activities of Conductive Compounds including marketing, operations, accounting, HR and other duties to continue the company’s growth.

Rounding out the new management team is Ryan Banfield who has been promoted to the role of Vice President – Technical Services. Ryan brings over eleven years of hands on experience with Conductive Compound’s customers and their processes into his new leadership role. He has published several articles concerning the scope, use and troubleshooting of functional inks and coatings and is a sought after expert in the markets served by the company. In his new role, Ryan will be responsible for product development and oversee lab services, new business development, customer support, and account management activities.

“Our new leadership team has been assembled to ensure the future growth and success of Conductive Compounds,” E. Banfield states, “and together we have a very talented leadership team and experienced employees who will continue to provide the high-tech products and quality services that our customers expect.”

About Conductive Compounds

Conductive Compounds Inc., founded in 1994, is a worldwide provider of materials for the electronics industry. It specializes in electrically conductive and resistive inks and coatings, electrically conductive and thermally conductive adhesives, potting compounds, ultraviolet-cured dielectrics, encapsulants and conformal coatings, radio opaque inks, silver-silver chloride inks, VRI (Variable Resistance Inks) mechanical abrasion resistant precision carbon inks and pressure sensitive variable resistance transducer inks. CCI’s materials are used to manufacture membrane switches, EL (Electroluminescent) panels, touch screens, EKG and EEG medical sensors, cell phone and RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) antennas, rigid and flex circuits, printed heaters, solar panels, and for EMI/RFI (Electromagnetic Interference/Radio Frequency Interface) shielding and thermal management of electromechanical assemblies. The company specializes in custom developing products for unique applications and backing its products with unsurpassed technical support and customer service. As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, all Conductive Compounds Inc.’s R&D and manufacturing are done in the USA at its Hudson, NH facility. Conductive Compounds, Inc. and its business partners offer products to customers throughout the world including the US, Europe, Asia, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. For information on Conductive Compounds Inc.’s full line of inks and adhesives visit http://www.conductivecompounds.com or call 603-595-6221.

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