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Tool Order: Akrion receives several batch immersion system orders

18 June 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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AkrionAkrion has booked orders worth over $6 million recently from both European and U.S.-based IC manufacturers, the company said. The orders include a GAMA Series combination oxide etch/photo resist strip system for a US manufacturer of power management devices and a GAMA pre-gate clean system for a US manufacturer of analog and mixed-signal products. Akrion also received two refurbished tool orders for its AWP wet stations.

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