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Tool Order: CHAD Industries sells first WaferMate system into China

22 March 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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This sale of our first WaferMate workcell in China marks a natural progression for CHAD as we expand our install base worldwide to support our OEM customers,” commented Scott Klimczak, President of CHAD Industries. “Over the years our OEM customers have relied on CHAD to provide the best equipment and support possible wherever their business takes them. We already have other wafer handler equipment installed in China, and other WaferMate installations throughout the Pacific Rim region, so we are naturally excited to receive this order to expand the WaferMate workcell presence into the Chinese domestic market.”

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