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AME eyes new project in Lingang

Shanghai-based Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment, a top chip-making equipment vendor, is accelerating its business expansion, including a new 1.5-billion yuan (US$231 million) investment project in the Lingang region and an enhanced portfolio for booming Mini LED production.

AMEC’s Lingang project will cover 180,000 square meters and focus on integrated circuit research, testing and industrialization. It will begin operations in 2022.

The project will help the company expand its production capacity to meet surging demand in the chip market, said Gerald Yin, chairman and chief executive officer of AMEC.

It offers essential devices that enable chip makers like SMIC to make chips used in smartphones, electronics and cars.

AMEC recently launched Prismo UniMax, an advanced Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition tool engineered for Mini LED production.

The panels are used in LED-based televisions, tablets, laptops, monitors, smartphones and automotive displays.


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