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21 May 2018

Ichor appoints McGregor as sales director

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Ichor Systems Ltd of Blantyre, Scotland, UK has appointed Iain McGregor as sales director, focusing on sales of Lam Research Corp legacy products.

Ichor Systems Ltd is part of NASDAQ-listed Ichor Systems Inc of Fremont, CA, USA, which supplies gas, chemical and liquid delivery systems to semiconductor manufacturers. With 46 staff at a European headquarters facility in Hamilton International Technology Park, the company says it has an innovative approach to reducing technical obsolescence in engineering equipment.

Picture: Ichor Systems Ltd’s sales director Iain McGregor.

An engineering graduate of Glasgow College of Technology (now Glasgow Caledonian University), McGregor worked with NEC, Digital Equipment Corp and Seagate as a production engineer then progressed to European technical support manager for Tokyo Electron Ltd and to Thermco as business director before joining Ichor.

“The latest and greatest technologies in semiconductors are used in spheres that are at the forefront of new science, but the legacy products keep our homes, our cars and our lives running and we couldn’t do without them,” comments McGregor.

“As well as semiconductor equipment manufacture and refurbishment, we are looking at rolling out innovative engineering solutions to a much wider range of sectors targeting, in effect, the entire range of UK and European manufacture, and Iain will be at the heart of this initiative,” says managing director John Spence.

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