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Jordan Valley claims 10% sales growth in 2009

22 March 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Isaac Mazor, CEO of Jordan Valley Semiconductors"Although 2009 was the company's most challenging year, we forged ahead with enhancement of our product line while practicing caution and control on cash management, in order to provide the semiconductor and HB-LED industries with more powerful metrology solutions. As of Q1 2010, we are already realizing rewards from this strategy," commented Isaac Mazor, CEO of Jordan Valley Semiconductors.

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