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M+W Americas purchases fab support services firm NSTAR Global Services

21 April 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Fab Management

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“NSTAR provides the M+W Group with an important cornerstone to our strategy of providing full life-cycle service and support to our clients,” commented Rick Whitney, President of M+W Americas. “Participation in the service segment of the business will incorporate value driven sustaining support into the factories we design and build.”

Randy Nelson, President of NSTAR said, “M+W Group operates from a well respected global platform that will enable us to proliferate our ‘Third Partner Service’ offering for the semiconductor industry. It will also provide the opportunity to expand into other high tech and regulated industry sectors.”

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