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Fab Revenue Opportunities from Systematic Risk Management

01 March 1999 | By Mark Osborne | White Papers > Edition 09, EHS

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ROB MOODY PE AND V. DEGIORGIO, Technology Risk Consulting Services, LLC, San Jose, CA, USA
DR. DANNY LAM PHD/MBA AND DR. J. KANZ, PHD/MBA, Fisher-Holstein, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ, USA


Risk management of a Semiconductor plant is a field where expertise and accurate assessment of potential risks are paramount. The authors discuss the pitfalls that can beset the unwary plant manager and designer and illustrate some disastrous cases. A financial methodology which can protect and increase profitability from inception to plant run-down is presented.
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