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Peter Morten Named CEO of Superior Technical Ceramics

Monday, January 21, 2019

Experienced international executive brings decades of experience in technical ceramics leadership to firm dating from 1898.

 

St. Albans, VT   January 21st, 2019 – The Board of Directors of Superior Technical Ceramics (STC) announced today that Peter Morten has been appointed to the position of CEO, effective January 21st, 2019...

Acquisition by Artemis Capital Partners

Friday, October 26, 2018

St. Albans, VT (October 26th 2018) -- Superior Technical Ceramics, based in St. Albans Vermont, has been acquired by Artemis Capital Partners, a private equity firm founded in 2010 and based in Boston, Massachusetts...

Highest Shipping Month Ever!

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

When you're a 120 year old firm, it's not easy to break records. But in May 2018 we did, having our best month ever in terms of dollar volume of orders shipped. Of course, this kind of output takes a lot of teamwork, from the sales team...

Semi-con West

Monday, June 18, 2018

Are you attending the Semicon West conference in San Francisco July 10-12, 2018? We will be there and hope to see you at Booth 1245.

STC is a custom manufacturer of ceramic components, and have been a long time supplier to the Semiconductor Industry. Our high performance materials such as 99.96% and 99.8% alumina, zirconia, and silicon nitride, excel in the extreme wafer processing conditions found in the semiconductor industry. Our commitment to quality in both product and process is demonstrated by our certifications for AS9100 ISO 9001 and ITAR.

STC to Attend Ceramics Expo 2018

Thursday, April 26, 2018

STC will be attending Ceramics Expo 2018 being held in Cleveland OH, May 1st-3rd.  Stop by our booth 418, where we will be exhibiting new capabilities, including exciting developments in our ability to manufacture Direct Pressure Sintered Silicon Nitride via a new Sinter-HIP furnace.  This material provides a high-performance, cost-effective material solution that will be of interest to manufacturers in Aerospace, Oil & Gas and Instrumentation industries due to its high mechanical and dielectric strength combined with superior thermal shock resistance.  To learn more, see our Silicon Ni

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