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TSMC establishes units to improve manufacturing efficiencies

28 October 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Fab Management

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Leading foundry, TSMC has created two new business units in an effort to improve its manufacturing efficiency and customer partnerships. The new units are an Operations Organization and a Business Development Organization. Dr. Mark Liu has been appointed Senior Vice President of Operations, responsible for all its 300mm fabs while Dr. C.C. Wei has been appointed Senior Vice President of Business Development. Both will report directly to the Chairman, Morris Chang.

Vice President M.C. Tzeng and Senior Director J.K Wang continue to be responsible for 150mm and 200mm fabs, and report directly to the Chang.

150mm and 200mm fab operations will be merged into the Operations Organization at a future date, TSMC said. At that time, Vice President M.C. Tzeng will report directly to Dr. Mark Liu; Senior Director J.K. Wang will be transferred to the Business Development Organization and report directly to Dr. C.C. Wei.  

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