Isola Signs Distribution Agreement with Tech Knowledge


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Isola has inked a distribution partnership with Tech Knowledge (Yeda Tech), headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, to deliver Isola products, making Tech Knowledge the exclusive distributor for Isola in the State of Israel. 

Founded in 1986, Tech Knowledge represents some of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of materials, equipment, and technical services for various industries, such as PCB fabrication, electronics, metal, optics, solar, medical and metal finishing in Israel. 

PCB design engineers across Israel will now be able to discuss, consult and order Isola’s high-technology products directly with Tech Knowledge. With a full product portfolio encompassing the most advanced electronics high-speed digital and radio frequency laminate material in the industry, Tech Knowledge offers designers, PCB fabricators and OEMs in Israel the latest in material technology. 

TK also operates an independent HATS Highly Accelerated Thermal Shock) reliability lab for PCBs. 

“The distribution and technical capabilities of Tech Knowledge, coupled with the innovative sprit and clustering of high-tech companies in Israel allows Isola a unique opportunity to address a dynamic electronics market,” said Brandon Pollnow, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Isola. “With Tech Knowledge as our partner, we are confident and excited about the opportunities this agreement affords both organizations.”   

"This agreement with Isola helps further our commitment to providing the newest products and technologies for the Israeli market," said Avi Gitlin, Managing Director of Tech Knowledge. "Design engineers will have easy access to Isola’s technologically advanced materials, backed by the unsurpassed customer service and best-in-class logistics of Tech Knowledge. We value our partnership with Isola and look forward to a long-standing future." 

With its broad product line and unsurpassed customer service, Tech Knowledge caters to design engineers and OEMs by delivering world-class products and providing long-term professional technical support and consistent customer care. Among TK’s customers are companies from the military, space and aviation industries, high-end, commercial electronics, RF, and the communication industry.

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