PEORIA, AZ – Rapid semiconductor modification company HyRel Technologies announced the start of operations at its manufacturing facility in Peoria, Arizona, with the creation of 50 new jobs.
With a $15 million investment, the 20,000-square-foot facility will be dedicated to non-contact robotic processing systems for microelectronic components, semiconductors, ribbons and reels. It will also perform component recovery and contract manufacturing and NPI services.
HyRel serves the aerospace, defense, medical, industrial, commercial and OEM sectors, also focusing on tin mitigation processes, using unique microrobotic systems.
“Since my co-founder Scott Baker and I launched HyRel Technologies, it has always been the ultimate goal to move to Arizona, no other state has such a commitment to building a thriving and resilient domestic semiconductor industry,” said Brian Watson, founder of HyRel Technologies.
The company, is dedicated to expanding its vocational training and internship offerings, not only by placing interns within the company, but also with other companies in the region – and in other states – so that they can increase the diversity and number of students joining the bright future of Arizona’s semiconductor industry.
“HyRel’s high-tech facility highlights Arizona’s attractiveness for emerging technologies while diversifying the state’s ever-growing semiconductor industry,” said Sandra Watson, president and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority.
Jason Beck, mayor of Peoria, commented that the city is focused on attracting high-tech industries that are the future for the community.
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