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Varian Vacuum becomes supply chain partner of Carl Zeiss

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Carl Zeiss SMT has designated Varian Vacuum Technologies as a Supply Chain Partner. Varian Vacuum becomes the 7th supply partner, which entails closer collaboration on future technologies required by Carl Zeiss SMT. Varian Vacuum has long supplied vacuum solutions for the electron microscopes of Carl Zeiss.

"Varian has always recognized the importance of working with an industry leader such as Carl Zeiss. The many challenges posed by the continuous search for new and innovative solutions to very difficult problems resulted in a stimulus for us to continuously improve our own capabilities,” commented Sergio Piras, Senior Vice President of Varian Inc. and Managing Director of Varian Vacuum Technologies.

Caption: Sergio Piras (middle), Senior Vice President of Varian Inc. and Managing Director of Varian Vacuum Technologies, signs the contract together with Dr. Dirk Stenkamp (left), Member of the Board at Carl Zeiss SMT, and Peter Schlindwein, Director of Supply Chain Management at Carl Zeiss SMT.

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