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21 May 2018

AMEC first Chinese firm to be ranked in VLSIresearch’s Customer Satisfaction Survey

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Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc (AMEC) of Shanghai, China says that it has achieved high scores in the 2018 Customer Satisfaction Survey (CSS) conducted annually by market research firm VLSIresearch. AMEC is the only China-based firm to be recognized in the list of winners.

AMEC earned a second-place ranking in the ‘10 BEST Focused Suppliers of Chip Making Equipment’ category, with customers citing the firm as a trusted and recommended supplier. AMEC was also ranked third in ‘THE BEST Suppliers of Fab Equipment’ category and fourth in ‘THE BEST Suppliers of Fab Equipment to Specialty Chip Makers’ category.

“Customers recognize AMEC’s value and benefit from the performance, productivity, quality and cost advantages of our etch and MOCVD [metal-organic chemical vapor deposition] technology and products,” says CEO Dr Gerald Z. Yin. “AMEC is still a young and fast-growing company, however. As we journey to maturity we must work harder and smarter to continuously innovate and improve so that we may become an even better supplier,” he adds.

“We are impressed by the quality feedback shared by customers on AMEC’s behalf, as well as their enthusiasm for the technology solutions and support they receive from their supplier,” comments VLSIresearch’s president Risto Puhakka. “This is the first time that a China-based company has ranked in the CSS,” he adds. “It is an indication of China’s fast-growing semiconductor manufacturing industry, which is being well served by leading indigenous process technology companies like AMEC, as well as other global players.”


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