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Solar Semi Engineering buys Edwards‚?? chemicals division

01 September 2010 | By Síle Mc Mahon | News > Materials and Gases

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CME’s area of expertise is in providing automated wet etch process and cleaning equipment and chemical dosing systems for the production of solar and semiconductor wafers. Based in Newhaven, Sussex, UK, the CME division was built out from Edwards’ vacuum pump technology company and was formed following Edwards’ acquisition of the Chemical Management Division of FSI International in 1999.

“I am pleased that the CME business now has additional depth of experience behind it, and I feel sure it will prosper in this format in the years ahead,” commented Mathew Taylor, CEO of Edwards.

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