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Tool order: Strasbaugh to supply CMP equipment worth $2.85 million to Chinese IC company

08 January 2009 | By Síle Mc Mahon | News > Wafer Processing

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"This is the first major order for Strasbaugh in China since the 45th Research Institute became an official sales representative for Strasbaugh in 2008," said Mike Kirkpatrick, Strasbaugh's VP of Sales and Marketing. "It's a great start to our relationship."

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