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Valence Surface Technologies continues to grow with its acquisition of Flextronics San Carlos

Valence Surface Technologies, the leading independent metal finish company focused on the Aerospace and Electronics industries, is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets and operations of Flextronics San Carlos in San Carlos, California. Under Valence ownership, the business now operates under the name Valence San Carlos. Other than the name change, day-to-day business at Valence San Carlos will continue as normal. Valence San Carlos maintains its existing assets, approvals and permits as well as its entire employee base and management team, ensuring business continuity with no operational disruption.

John "Tony" Garin, plant manager of Valence San Carlos, commented, "We are extremely excited to join Valence. The combination of our services with our new sister companies, such as CSL in Santa Clara, enables us to offer expanded capabilities and reduced supply chain costs to our combined customer base."

In combination with CSL in Santa Clara, Valence operates two of the leading special processors in Northern California servicing the semiconductor, aerospace and satellite, laser, microwave, and medical device markets. CSL and Valence San Carlos operate two state of the art facilities totaling 50,000 square feet and provide the most comprehensive service offering and approval base in Silicon Valley. Across the two sites, Valence offers a diverse range of anodizing, chemfilm, passivate, precious metal plating, electroless nickel plating, electro-polish, bead blast, complex masking, and UHV clean and packaging including class 100 and 1000 cleanrooms. Valence is the only company in Northern California to offer a full range of surface treatments, available capacity and redundant capabilities for risk mitigation.

Press release issued by Valence Surface Technologies on May 19, 2015


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Valence Surface Technologies Non-Destructive Testing, Shot Peening, Anodizing Services, Plating Services, Chemical Milling


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