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GSMC ‚?? Quality first in the PRC

01 September 2003 | By Mark Osborne | White Papers > Edition 19, Cleanroom

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A microelectronics manufacturing facility developed by Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (GSMC) in Shanghai has been closely watched as a watershed project in China's technology evolution. The project has justifiably become a dramatic symbol of China's emergence as a dynamic hub of microelectronics manufacturing. The GSMC project team creatively combined aesthetic appeal, design and construction ingenuity, design/build systems packaging, and a unique degree of cultural sensitivity and adaptation to local conditions to achieve success on this landmark project. Significantly, this project was accomplished with an eclectic international team that shared a common commitment to meet the high quality standards expected by GSMC

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