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Disco Completes Building Project

 

New Kyushu branch building provides extra floor spare for applications and customer requests

Disco Corporation, a semiconductor production equipment manufacturer, has completed construction of a new building in Kyushu, Japan.

The building, which has a total floor space of 1381 m2 and cost around 1 billion yen, will begin operation on 29th january 2018.

Disco says that the extra floor space has allowed it to triple the size of the applications laboratory (where processing tests are performed) to 249m2.

The company says it has not only established an environment capable of quickly supporting customer requests, but has also enhanced Business Continuity Management support capabilities by adopting seismically isolated structures.

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