Brewer Science and Nissan Chemical Industries formalize agreement expanding support for the semiconductor industry

Brewer Science, Inc., and Nissan Chemical Industries, Ltd., announced they have formally extended their business relationship through 2028. For nearly 20 years, Brewer Science has licensed its ARC technology to Nissan Chemical, and the agreement was soon to expire.

This new agreement focuses on continuing access to an expanded portfolio of the most advanced ARC and OptiStack materials, and allows access to a dual supply of products from Brewer Science and Nissan Chemical under a new joint label to customers in Asia. Both companies are committed to guaranteeing business and industry continuity by providing an uninterrupted leading-edge product supply for customers in Asia into the future.

“Our customers in Asia will notice a new logo on the products they receive through Nissan Chemical,” said Dr. Terry Brewer, founder and CEO of Brewer Science. “The logo symbolizes the continuing commitment made by Brewer Science and Nissan Chemical to support customers with world-class products and service. We are focused on discovering unique and creative solutions that enable our customers to meet tomorrow’s industry challenges.”

“Brewer Science and Nissan Chemical have been business partners for nearly two decades, and this new agreement will bring us even further. Such an agreement doesn’t happen very often,” said Kojiro Kinoshita, CEO of Nissan Chemical. “We have a shared vision with Brewer Science, and our customers in Asia will continuously receive the best solution with enhanced products and sharpened services from this partnership, which is always our goal.”

The formal relationship between Brewer Science and Nissan Chemical began in 1997 and will continue to build on their commitment of collaboration in providing the global marketplace with an expanding supply of original technology products of superior performance and quality.


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