Entegris And Hubei Jingxing Sign Manufacturing Agreement
Entegris, a specialty materials provider, announced it has signed an agreement with Hubei Jingxing Science & Technology, a specialty chemical manufacturer in Suizhou (Hubei Province), China to manufacture Entegris high-purity deposition products. These high-purity deposition products include TEOS (tetraethyl orthosilicate), a material particularly critical to enabling 3D NAND technology which is used in semiconductor manufacturing to produce leading-edge, faster storage, and memory.
"Our partnership with Hubei Jingxing enables us to expand capability for Entegris in China and shorten the deposition materials supply chain for Chinese customers," stated Entegris Senior Vice President and General Manager of Specialty Chemicals and Engineered Materials, Stuart Tison. "We are proud to become the first international company to establish high-volume TEOS manufacturing capacity in China, Entegris UltraPur™ TEOS , which is critical for the manufacture of 3D NAND and supports the overall growth of the semiconductor industry in the country."
"Our partnership with Entegris allows us to further expand our competencies in high-purity materials manufacturing," said Hubei Jinxing General Manager, Ye Gang. "Additionally, we will adopt manufacturing processes to match existing Entegris processes, as well as employ their quality control system to produce the most consistent results."
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