Pall opens a Singaporean manufacturing facility…

Once fully operational, the new plant is expected to more than double Pall’s current production capacity and strengthen its position in Singapore as a regional and global hub for a trillion-dollar industry, the company said in a press release. hurry.

The facility will occupy a seven-acre campus that will include more than 18,000 square meters of manufacturing and office space. High-volume manufacturing (HVM) and research and development capabilities are expected to be completed between late 2023 and early 2024.

“We expect the APAC region to soon overtake other markets to become a foothold in the global semiconductor industry. Today, APAC accounts for most of the global semiconductor market. With large-scale investments in Singapore, as well as Tsukuba, Japan, Pall is well positioned to offer substantial expertise in advanced node solutions and a broad portfolio of technologies to meet the growing demands of chipmakers in the region,” Naresh Narasimhan, president of Pall Corporation, said in the press release.

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“For optimal chip performance and energy efficiency, it is crucial that semiconductor chips are manufactured to the highest level of purity, especially in new applications such as automotive and medical devices, where defects latent can be costly and pose potential security risks. such as telecommunications, deep tech, automotive and transportation, rely on Pall’s premium filtration solutions for every step of the manufacturing process,” says Shangaza Dasent.

Marjorie N. McClure