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Shang Yingtege invests 6 billion Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Qimaiyun helps speed up the landing of investment

Published: 2024-05-21 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/05/21, Entegris,Inc.,NASDAQ:ENTG, a world-class supplier of semiconductor materials and equipment, recently visited Mayor Chen Qimai in Kaohsiung and said he would speed up the process of investing in Kaohsiung and expect to invest US $200 million in Kaohsiung in 2021.

Shang Yingtege invests 6 billion Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Qimaiyun helps speed up the landing of investment

Entegris, Inc.,NASDAQ:ENTG, a world-class supplier of semiconductor materials and equipment, recently went to Kaohsiung City to meet Mayor Chen Qimai and said that he would speed up the process of investing in Kaohsiung and expected to invest US $200m (NT $6 billion) in 2021 to build the largest manufacturing center in Taiwan and officially join the "Semiconductor Kaohsiung team". Mayor Chen Qimai also expressed a warm welcome and instructed Deputy Mayor Luo Dasheng and Director of Economic Development Liao Taixiang to give their full assistance to meet the needs of Interger to speed up the landing of investment.

At the meeting, Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Qimai first expressed a warm welcome to Interge's investment in Kaohsiung and stressed that in the face of global supply chain restructuring and rapid technological changes, industrial transformation is a top priority in Kaohsiung. Therefore, since taking office, he has made every effort to promote the two major transition policies of "Asian High-end Manufacturing Center" and "Semiconductor Advanced process Center", and completed the long-delayed coordination of major land in Renwu Industrial Park within two months of taking office. And join hands with the central government to speed up the development of Qiaotou Science Park. Many foreign companies like Interger have rushed into Kaohsiung and attracted many Taiwan businessmen to return, showing that the outside world feels Kaohsiung's determination and sincerity towards industry.

Xie Junan, president of Interger Taiwan, said that the new plant to be launched in 2021 is expected to cover an area of 6.1 hectares, and it is initially planned to invest US $200 million to build 2.7 hectares of plant facilities to provide high-level semiconductor products and technical services such as gas delivery systems and advanced materials. Mass production is expected to start in 2023 at the earliest, and 200 high-level jobs will be created in Kaohsiung in the next five years.

▲ Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Qimai and Interger President Xie Junan take a group photo

 
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