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Company Directory
Rogers Corporation
One Technology Drive
Rogers
CT 06263
++1
[t] 860 774 9605
[f] 860 779 5509
Manufactures and markets specialty polymer and electronic materials for targeted applications, focused on communication and computer markets.

Manufacturing locations:
Rogers manufactures its products in fourteen plants, which are located in Arizona, Connecticut, and Illinois in the U.S., and in Gent, Belgium and Asia.

Product mix: Specialty materials for communication and computer applications include: High frequency printed circuit board laminates become circuits for cellular telephones and other communication equipment, wireless infrastructure equipment, high speed data transfer, internet servers, and satellite television antennas. Flexible printed circuit board laminates are used in advanced hard disk drives, portable and hand-held computers, cellular telephones, and other electronic equipment. PORON urethanes and BISCO silicones are used to protect and cushion sensitive components in portable and hand-held computers, wireless communication devices, and wireless infrastructure equipment. Rogers Engineered Polyolefin Foams are flexible foam materials for general industrial, automotive, packaging, and sports and leisure applications. From Durel Division electroluminescent lamps and drivers are used for backlighting the displays in wireless communication handsets, pagers, and personal digital assistants.

In addition, Rogers elastomer materials are used to cushion and seal a broad variety of industrial and consumer products; cushion insole materials are incorporated into footwear and footcare products; nonwoven and elastomer materials are used for specialized medical applications; elastomer components are used for paper transport in imaging equipment; busbars are used for power distribution in telecom cabinets, train and mass transit systems, and static industrial motor controls; and printing sleeves and R/bak cushion mounting materials are used by the printing industry.

Sales information:
Rogers Combined Sales, which include Rogers share of sales by its joint ventures, were $297 million in 2003. Rogers net sales were $243.3 million in 2003.
Increasing amounts of DUREL DFLX electroluminescent lamps & drivers are designed into new cellphones
26 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation announced that increasing amounts of its DUREL DFLX electroluminescent lamps and drivers are being designed into new cellphones, as mobile phone manufacturers place greater and greater emphasis on reducing the size and weight of their handsets.
Rogers Corp. receives new product innovation award
25 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation was one of two companies awarded recognition for the most innovative products in an awards ceremony at The Del Mar Electronics Show. This was the first of what will become an Annual Product Innovation Awards presentation for Del Mar Show exhibitors whose products represent the greatest technical innovation and cost value for the printed circuit board industry.
Rogers Corp. new cushion mounting tape
24 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation will be exhibiting its R/bak SA 3000 Cushion Mounting Tape, a product that offers consistent print results, higher print quality and easier handling at this year
Rogers Corp. to present RO4450B-dx Bondply at EUMW
23 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation will be introducing its new RO4450B-dx Bondply, a high fill/flow version of the industry standard RO4450B High Frequency Circuit Material, at this year
Rogers Corp. introduces R/flex JADE series adhesive system for flex circuit designs
22 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation is introducing R/flex JADE series flexible circuit materials, which are the next generation of the industry-leading R/flex CRYSTAL epoxy adhesive system. Environmentally friendly, these materials meet flammability requirements without the use of halogens. They are also lead-free solder capable, meeting the environmental requirements imposed upon commercial applications worldwide without compromising the performance required for today
New spotlights handset application solutions
15 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation showcases its wide range of specialty materials for handset applications in a glossy, four-color product brochure named
Rogers Corp. introduces soft seal foams for dust sealing solutions in handheld electronic applications
14 November, 2006
Rogers Corporation is introducing PORON Soft Seal foam, a new formulation of microcellular urethane specifically designed for dust sealing and gap filling within sensitive electronic enclosures. These enclosures may include high-resolution liquid crystal displays and other user interfaces.
Rogers
13 November, 2006
After six years of dedication and hard work, employees of the High Performance Foams Division in Woodstock, CT, have earned Rogers Corporation the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
 
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