Rogers' advanced circuit materials (rigid and flexible circuit substrates) and high performance foams (silicone and urethane) are used in a number of key market areas for industrial, communications, computer, transportation, imaging, and consumer uses. These materials can be found in cellular base stations and antenna towers as well as in direct broadcast television and other satellite-based communications systems. A number of Rogers' products are also used in key functions within the many wireless handheld communication devices available on the market today.
Other Rogers' specialty materials are used in trains, planes and automobiles to help insulate, protect, improve power distribution, measure liquid levels and provide backlighting of displays. In the imaging area, Rogers' products are hard at work improving print quality, ruggedizing equipment, and carrying items through imaging and sorting operations. Rogers responds to a wide variety of manufacturer's needs as well, with its diverse roster of materials for consumer products such as footwear, household appliances, watches, and healthcare.
Even with a full portfolio of successful products, technology development is an ongoing process here at Rogers - innovation being the key to the Company's success. We will continue to fuel our growth through specialty materials developed from innovative technologies for global markets in the years ahead.