ASE Breaks Ground On K25 Factory Building In Kaohsiung


The ASE Group broke ground on its latest factory
building – K25, located in the Nantze Export Processing Zone 2 in Kaohsiung,
Taiwan. The building is scheduled to be completed in the year 2020 and is
expected to create more than 1800 job opportunities.

The K25 building will be ASE’s state of the art facility
with a high degree of automation, intelligent manufacturing processes and smart
logistics. K25 will have a total of 355,800 square feet of floor space that
will be used to research, develop and manufacture advanced semiconductor chips
in applications for IoT, robotics, data science, artificial intelligence, self
driving vehicles, high end graphics and more. The design and layout of building
K25 has been carefully planned using local and global green standards,
fulfilling the company’s commitment to corporate sustainability.

The ground breaking ceremony today was officiated by Chen
Chu, Mayor of Kaohsiung and Jason Chang, Chairman and CEO of ASE.

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