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Fujifilm Electronic Materials invests $91 million to expand manufacturing in Arizona
March 18, 2019
Source: ASM International
Fujifilm Electronic Materials U.S.A., a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Fujifilm Holdings Corp., recently began a $91 million investment project focused on the company's manufacturing and development facilities in Mesa, Arizona. Fujifilm also has related facilities throughout Europe and Asia.
The ten-year project is focused on helping the company meet growing global demands for electronic material production. More specifically, these facilities focus on providing a collection of chemicals, chemical delivery systems, imaging equipment, and materials used in the production of semiconductors.
The Mesa site expansion is anticipated to take around 18 months and will comprise of approximately 85,000 square feet of additional space in the form of five new buildings, significantly expanding manufacturing, warehousing, R&D laboratory, and office space.
“Fujifilm is committed to maintaining its leadership position in supplying our customers with a broad range of high-purity electronic chemicals that address their needs in technical performance and quality,” says Dr. Brian O’Donnelly, president & CEO.
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