Company Overview

LiloTree is a global supplier of surface finishes to PCB and IC manufacturing. It is an advanced materials technology company, providing next-generation technology solutions through chemistry and materials innovations. Based in Redmond, Washington, we manufacture Ni-less ENIG-Premium, ENIG-Premium and other surface finishes, eco-friendly patented plating solutions offering optimum performance and better reliability at lower cost for electronic assemblies.

Since its roots, LiloTree has set out to provide exceptional products and customer support. We are a team of passionate scientists and industry specialists, working to create next-generation solutions backed by our commitment of service and support. LiloTree’s experience and innovations will give customers the performance and reliability they need to bring their products to the next level.

LiloTree's President receives Distinguished Committee Service Award

LiloTree, an advanced surface finishes supplier, today announced that its President Kunal Shah, PhD. has received a Distinguished Committee Service Award in recognition and acknowledgement of his extraordinary contributions to IPC and the electronics industry. IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries® presented the award at the recent IPC APEX EXPO.

Dr. Shah recognized throughout the electronics industry as the inventor of ENIG-Premium, Ni-less ENIG-Premium and the pioneer of advanced surface finish solutions. In addition, he has overseen the expansion of LILOTREE to its current position as a major supplier of surface finish solutions to the global electronics industry.

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LiloTree awarded a RISE Investment Fund Grant 2021 from Comcast Business

LiloTree received Best Technical Paper Award at IPC APEX EXPO 2020

LiloTree awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Science Foundation to develop ENIG-Premium to resolve the field failures where black pads and brittle failures at solder joints were found to be factors contributing to malfunctioning of devices (NSF SBIR Phase I & II)

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