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Tool Order: TSMC purchases more equipment from Applied Materials

17 August 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Although the bigger value orders seen placed by TSMC in the earlier part of the year have vanished again, Applied Materials is continuing to pick-up regular small to mid-sized equipment orders from the leading foundry.

Recently, TSMC has placed a batch of orders with Applied’s Asian subsidiary, Applied Materials South East Asia Pacific Ltd., worth approximately US$17.8 million.

Normal terms have been applied, which include, 90% of total payment within 30 days after shipment and the remaining 10% within 30 days after acceptance.

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