Kateeva’s acquisition of OLED Plus expands its footprint, but market for its equipment will still be slow to mature

We recently spoke with Kateeva (see the November 27, 2012 LREJ) President Conor Madigan about the firm's acquisition of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) deposition and encapsulation equipment supplier OLED Plus. Conor said Kateeva absorbed all of OLED Plus’ IP and other assets and brought the ...

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