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Rite Track, Inc., based in West Chester, Ohio, and Brewer Science, Inc., based in Rolla, Missouri, USA, announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a collaborative partnership. This partnership draws on the service and manufacturing expertise of Rite Track and the process innovation and high-performance bench-top processing equipment of Brewer Science to create a synergistic relationship. This will provide our world-wide customers with improved support and earlier availability of innovative production-ready technologies.

Improving Services for the Customer: Rite Track and Brewer Science Form Collaborative Partnership

WEST CHESTER, OH | Posted on July 14th, 2008

Under the collaborative agreement, Rite Track and Brewer Science will explore ways to enhance sales and service support for their products, as well as find ways to integrate new processing technologies developed by Brewer Science into the Rite Track supported TEL and SVG track systems. Both parties will also jointly work on new innovative solutions for processing needs and applications support. Brewer Science will provide equipment designs with world-class chemical expertise and applications support, while Rite Track will leverage its excellence in high-volume automated processing systems.

"This partnership with Rite Track will allow us to expand our Cee® line of processing equipment and add new innovations," commented Dr. Terry Brewer, President and founder of Brewer Science. "Rite Track is a recognized leader in after-sales support and field engineering with a world-class global support infrastructure."

"We are excited to be working with Brewer Science and look forward to helping them continue their long history of success. By leveraging our equipment support capabilities with their strong process knowledge and innovative thinking, we feel we have the right formula for a successful partnership," stated Tim Hayden, President and CEO of Rite Track.

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About Rite Track, Inc.
Rite Track, established in 1993, is the premier licensed supplier of TEL CLEAN TRACK Mark Vz, 7 and 8 systems to North America and Europe. The TEL ACT 8 is available from Rite Track in the US under special agreement. Rite Track is the OEM for the SVG 8X and 9X track systems and provides field support, custom engineering services, upgrade kits and enhancements for all of its products. Rite Track is located at 8655 Rite Track Way, West Chester, OH 45069. For sales or product information contact (513) 881-7820, +49-7171-878582 (Europe) or +65-64843421 (Asia), send e-mail to , or visit the company's web site at www.ritetrack.com.

About Brewer Science

Brewer Science, a multidivisional technology company, has pioneered industry-enabling innovations including ARC® anti-reflective coatings, ProTEK® etch protective coatings, WaferBOND™ temporary wafer bonding series of materials, and microelectronic-grade carbon nanotube solutions. Brewer Science is a major producer of high-quality materials, processes and machine solutions that meet the stringent requirements of today’s IC, compound semiconductor, MEMS, and optoelectronic industries. Further information on technologies and products information from Brewer Science can be obtained via the company’s web site at www.brewerscience.com.

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Contacts:
Brewer Science Inc.
Bob Virgalla
+1-573-364-0300
Director; MEMs/ Equipment Business Unit
Fax: 573-364-6880

or
Rite Track, Inc.
John T. Noyes
+1-513-881-7820
Director of Marketing
Fax: +1-513-881-7822

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