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Last ¥6,244 JPY
Change Today -134.00 / -2.10%
Volume 1.3M
As of 2:00 AM 09/1/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Company Description

Contact Info

Akasaka Biz Tower

3-1 Akasaka 5-chome

Minato-ku

Tokyo, 107-6325

Japan

Phone: 81 3 5561 7000

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Tokyo Electron Limited supplies semiconductor production equipment (SPE) and flat panel display (FPD) production equipment. The company provides a line of products that offer process performance and productivity related services to semiconductor and LCD panel manufacturers worldwide. Semiconductor Production Equipment The company offers a range of equipment for producing semiconductor devices, along with technical support and service. It offers a lineup of six product groups that includes coater/developer, plasma etch system, thermal processing system, single wafer deposition system, and cleaning system used in wafer processes, as well as wafer prober used in testing processes. FPD/PV Production Equipment The company supplies flat-panel display (FPD) production equipment used to manufacture displays for PCs, LCD TVs, and other electronic devices, along with technical support and service. The product lineup includes FPD coater/developer and plasma etch/ash system. In 2008, the company added photovoltaic cell production equipment as a new field of operations. The company’s main Products are FPD coater/developer, FPD plasma etch/ash system, plasma CVD system for thin-film silicon PV cells, end-to-end thin-film silicon PV solutions. Electronic Components and Computer Networks The company offers a type of dual model for this business: the trading business handles sales, in which it acts as a distributor of an array of electronic components and computer network equipment, while the development business designs and develops products in response to customer needs, as well as own in-house brand products. Business operations for this segment are handled by Tokyo Electron Device Limited. The company’s main products are semiconductor products, other electronic components, software, and computer networks. Joint Venture The company, in February 2008, formed a joint venture with Sharp Corporation to specialize in development in PV cell production. It is in the process of working to develop plasma CVD system, which would be essential in order to manufacture thin-film silicon PV cells. History Tokyo Electron Limited was founded in 1963.

 

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