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Electronic Materials

Fujifilm to invest $80 million in US electronic materials

by Jean-François Tremblay
January 7, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 1

 

Fujifilm will spend $80 million over the next three years to boost capacity for electronic materials at its US sites. In Mesa, Arizona, the company will build plants for high-purity solvents and chemical mechanical planarization slurries, which are used to polish silicon wafers during semiconductor fabrication. In North Kingston, Rhode Island, it will expand facilities for negative-tone imaging solvents that are used during the circuit-patterning step of chip fabrication.

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