Dave Miller appointed to Merrimac board of directors

Merrimac Industries, Inc. has announced the appointment of DuPont Vice President and General Manager of DuPont Electronic Technologies Dave Miller to its board of directors.

Merrimac Chairman and CEO Mason Carter said: "Dave Miller is the driving force and business unit leader of DuPont Electronic Technologies. Dave's broad experience in a variety of electronic industries combined with his astute business acumen complements the extensive expertise of the Merrimac board. His business relationships and perspective with this world leader in rigid, flexible, ceramic and organic materials and processes for electronic circuits will be invaluable."

Last week, DuPont Electronic Technologies and Merrimac announced that DuPont purchased a 16.6 percent equity interest in Merrimac for a purchase price of approximately USD 5.3 million. The companies also agreed to work together to better understand the dynamics of the markets for high-frequency electronic components and modules.

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