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Tool Order: TSMC places orders with United Integrated Services, KLA-Tencor, Hitachi and Nikon

01 April 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Suppliers from Japan, U.S. and Taiwan received new purchasing agreements from TSMC today, totalling over US$112 million. TSMC has placed orders with suppliers worth approximately US$183.2 million in the last week of March.

New orders issued today were placed with orders with United Integrated Services, KLA-Tencor, Hitachi and Nikon.

Cleanroom design and build firm, United Integrated Services based in Taiwan received an order for US$18.68 million system control and electromechanical engineering products and services.

Metrology and yield management supplier, KLA-Tencor received orders worth US$44.0 million, one of its largest single orders so far this year from TSMC.

TSMC also place a batch of orders with Hitachi High Technologies valued at approximately US$32.1 million, while Nikon received its first order from the foundry this year totalling US$17.2 million for a batch of machinery.

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