Our alignment with South Korea, one of the world’s leading producers of display and semiconductor equipment, allows us to offer scalable solutions at competitive cost structures. This key partnership has enabled rapid expansion into new markets with high-quality fabrication services — from precision component manufacturing to full system assembly and integration.

Deep industry knowledge and a strong focus on unparalleled IP protection has allowed Impakt to develop a track record of success. We pride ourselves in understanding our customers’ expectations and consistently exceeding them.

Impakt Machine MFG Inc was founded in 1977 as a key manufacturer of high-quality machined parts. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Impakt Machine MFG Inc specializes in sheet metal fabrication, machining, welding, logistics, and subassembly.

IMPAKT KOREA

With locations in Incheon, Pyeongtaek, and Asan, Impakt Korea serves as an integral extension of Impakt Holdings. As a localized partner in the South Korean market, Impakt is a key provider of vertically-integrated, agile, cost competitive contract manufacturing solutions.

INCHEON
PYEONGTAEK
ASAN
SIHWA

Specializes in large format system integration & critical clean tubing weldments.

EXECUTIVE TEAM

DAN RUBIN
CEO and Board Member

With over thirty years of semiconductor and display manufacturing experience, Dan Rubin is highly skilled at transforming startups businesses into multi-national corporations. Previously, Mr. Rubin cofounded Synos Technology, a provider of scalable ALD solutions for OLED manufacturers. He has also served as the Vice Chairman of Ichor, the Director of Cipherome, and has sat on the Board of Trustees for The Healdsburg School.

Kirk Johnson has extensive experience in financial management for the semiconductor, solar, and biomechanical markets. Over the course of 35 years, Mr. Johnson has helped to raise over $145M for privately held companies and has overseen the construction of various manufacturing facilities in the US and abroad. His prior experience includes VP/CFO positions for public and private companies including Atonarp, Cypress Semiconductor, AG Associates, Torrex, Guide Technology, Integrated Materials, Scifiniti, and Qbotix. Mr. Johnson holds a BA and MBA from Whittier College.

Daniel Yang has over 20 years of product development and leadership experience in capital equipment and controls/automation. He has a track record of building multi-disciplinary, high performing teams that deliver successful semiconductor cap-ex products. Mr. Yang’s responsibilities include building engineering and operations teams and setting up multi-national business infrastructures. Previously, he has served as VP of Engineering at Synos Technology, a global semiconductor/LED process equipment company. Mr Yang holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.

Lou Dorlin is responsible for driving the Impakt corporate strategy, managing mergers and acquisitions, and other various business activities. Mr. Dorlin has over 24 years of semiconductor, solar, and contract manufacturing service experience. Previously, he served as Director of North American sales at Wacker Polysilicon, and has held sales and business development positions at Sanmina-SCI and West Coast Quartz Corporation. Mr. Dorlin holds a BA in Business Administration from San Jose State University.

Mike Vranich has extensive domain knowledge in materials and operations for the display, semiconductor, and solar industries. He is responsible for both driving the company’s global supply chain strategy and managing the direction of key accounts. Prior to Impakt, Mr. Vranich was CEO of a supply chain, operations, and business development consulting firm. He has over twenty years of experience working in supply chain/operations at Applied Materials. Mr. Vranich holds a BS in Economics/Education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and an MBA with a concentration in Supply Chain/Operations from Golden Gate University.

Jae-Hyeon Ji is the head of Impakt Korea. He was responsible for the initial expansion of Impakt into South Korea in 2004. Mr. Ji has over 17 years of experience in developing advanced products for the electronics, mechanical, and automotive industries. Previously, he conducted research and development for mechanism and automation of electronic products at Samsung Electronics. He has also contributed to the development of new automobiles and factory innovations at Samsung Motors. Jae-Hyeon Ji holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Hanyang University in South Korea.