The U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, visited FPC member BRIDG, today. The visit highlighted the importance of U.S. leadership in the semiconductor industry and the need for public-private partnerships such as BRIDG to protect, strengthen, and unify the domestic semiconductor supply chain.
Central Florida is critical to America’s microelectronics manufacturing supply chain and its defense and aerospace customers. BRIDG’s vision and leadership will not only help solidify the United States’ position as a global competitor in the semiconductor industry, but they will continue to revitalize and strengthen the local economy as we reopen the country. – Wilbur Ross, U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary
BRIDG is honored to welcome Secretary Ross to NeoCity as we continue our efforts to establish the United States as a leader in advanced microelectronics packaging . As highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the repatriation of microelectronics fabrication and jobs back to the United States is essential for our national security, economy, and global competitiveness. – Brian Sapp, BRIDG Interim CEO
CEOs and other senior leaders from BRIDG partner organizations, including Osceola County, UCF, the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, the State of Florida, imec USA, Lockheed Martin, L3Harris, Siemens, SUSS MicroTec, and Tokyo Electron participated in the event in support of BRIDG and its unique mission and vision.
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