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Bullen to Sell Silicon Growing and Fabrication Assets (12/19/06)

December 19, 2006
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Bullen Ultrasonics recently announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell the silicon growing and fabrication assets at its Franklin St., Eaton, Ohio, and Suzhou, China, plants to Lam Research Corp. Under the terms of the agreement, Lam will acquire all assets related to Bullen’s silicon growing and fabrication business, which will become a division of Lam.

Bullen will continue to operate as a supplier of machining and fabrication services to a variety of industries, and this part of the company’s business recently moved to a newly renovated plant on Miller Williams Rd. in Eaton. “I am very excited about our future here at the Tech Center, “said Mary Bullen, general manager. “We are very proud of the business and the success we have had. Now we will concentrate all our efforts on the remaining part of the business.”

The company’s website is located at www.bullen-ultrasonics.com.

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