The Critical Materials Council (CMC) is a business unit of TECHCET offering memberships for electronics materials information. These memberships help semiconductor Fabs and suppliers stay connected to dynamic changes in the electronics materials markets and supply-chains. CMC Associate Members (materials suppliers) can attend the private CMC member networking functions with fabs and suppliers, choose 1 Critical Materials Report (including 1:1 consulting with the report analyst for on-the spot questions), and receive market updates on new suppliers and sub-tier suppliers that could enhance business capabilities. Additional reports are available to CMC Associate Members with a preferred members-only discount. Other discounts may apply for the addition of multiple reports. For more information on CMC, please click here or contact us for details.
CMC Membership Includes:
- Networking opportunities with the Critical Materials Council of Semiconductor Fabricators (CMC Fabs) to discuss common supply-chain concerns
- One or more TECHCET’s Critical Materials Reports – expertly written research reports pertaining to the electronics and semiconductor materials market
- Ready access to TECHCET Market Analysts for questions pertaining to Critical Materials Report subject matter
- Email Alerts sent by senior analysts on Unusual Events and Incidents that could critically impact your Semiconductor Material Supply Chains
- Quarterly Updates which include Forecasts, Plant Closures / Discontinued Operations, Business Mergers related to the chosen Critical Materials Report
- One registration to the CMC Conference or CMC Seminar
- Digital access to CMC Conference and Seminar Presentations
- Discounts on other Critical Materials Reports
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Interface with Critical Materials Council of Semiconductor Fabricators
CMC Members meet monthly by phone, and 2-times per year face-to-face (F2F). Monthly meetings include analyst presentations and discussions on the latest industry trends relating to semiconductor materials markets (phone meetings for suppliers are separate from those of the fabs). The F2F meetings occur in the Spring (April) and Fall (late October), and include a private joint session with both Fab and Associate members, and a Seminar or Conference. These activities provide networking opportunities as well as informed market information to map out your market landscape and grow your electronics or semiconductor business.
Access to Materials Market/Technology Analysts
CMC Associate Membership includes access to specialized market analysts anytime throughout the membership term. Members may contact the analyst for questions relating to the Critical Material Report they purchased. The amount of time per question session is limited to ~30 min of the analyst’s time, and can be facilitated over email or by phone. Any questions that require additional research or time will be quoted to the client separately and performed upon mutual agreement.
For qualifying companies, we offer payment plans to help spread out your payments over the year. Your credit card will be billed automatically throughout the pay period. Please email us to apply for this option.
We accept the following credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Discover. There is no surcharge for using your credit card. Please be sure to provide your exact billing address and telephone number (i.e. the address and phone number your credit card bank has on file for you).
Report Information Disclaimer
The information contained in TECHCET CA, LLC’s Critical Material Reports represent the interpretation and analysis of information generally available to the public or released by responsible agencies or individuals. Data was obtained from sources considered reliable. However, accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed. This report contains information generated by TECHCET by way of primary and secondary market research methods.
Should you wish to cancel prior to the end of the 12 month period of membership, TECHCET will charge the credit card on file for the remaining balance, i.e. the list price of the report selected with the membership, plus the prorated amount of the membership incurred.