Wentworth Laboratories Ltd (“Wentworth”), has appointed Ioannis Skarlatakis as Engineering Manager, at its UK headquarters in Sandy, Bedfordshire. Ioannis holds a Master’s degree in Advanced Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leicester, and brings several years’ experience in mechanical design. In his previous role, he was leading a team of engineers to deliver on-time technical […]... Read More
Wentworth Laboratories has appointed a new Head of Sales and Marketing to support its long-term growth strategy. Alan Christie, an experienced business development professional with engineering background, previously worked for the company for a period of 13 years in a number of roles including Head of European Customer Operations.... Read More
As a result of continued growth, Wentworth Laboratories is looking to further strengthen its global network of representatives. We would like to partner with industry specialists who are already established in the semiconductor and/or ATE markets. The aim is to support existing customers and develop new customer opportunities on an exclusive territory basis.... Read More
Wentworth Laboratories is delighted to have appointed Peritest, a well-established supplier to the semiconductor industry, as its exclusive representative for France.
This appointment follows three recent additions to Wentworth’s global network of representatives in North and South America. It is designed to strengthen the world-wide availability of local customer support for Wentworth’s range of wafer probe stations and cantilever probe cards.... Read More
To extend the availability of its product and services in South America, Wentworth Laboratories has appointed HTMG as their new local representative for Argentina, Brazil and Columbia.
With headquarters in Sao Paolo, Brazil, HTMG, brings over 20 years of experience of working with technology businesses in South America to Wentworth’s growing customer base.... Read More
Wentworth Laboratories has recently delivered a pioneering custom dual-stage wafer probe station, featuring a 12-inch integrating sphere. This bespoke automatic wafer prober was commissioned by a leading semiconductor device manufacturer to test medical imaging devices.
The unusually large integrating sphere can be placed close to the underside of the wafer. This enables probing with vertical probe card technology required for high end production testing.... Read More