Evonik Industries opens new application technology centre in Hsinchu, Taiwan

Evonik opens application technology centre in Taiwan

11:06 AM, 6th June 2014
Evonik Industries opens new application technology
Evonik headquarters in Germany.

ESSEN, GERMANY: Evonik Industries inaugurated a new application technology centre (ATC) for electronic solutions in Hsinchu, Taiwan. To serve customers of the Asian display industry, it features clean room facilities and access to a display pilot line.

At the trend-setting ATC, Evonik will develop new applications for its iXsenic product line and will offer application technology support and solutions for Asian customers. The ATC includes state-of-the-art clean room facilities and grants access to a Gen2-line display manufacturing line at Taiwanese research centre, ITRI. This will allow Evonik to test its soluble semiconductor in demo displays built from scratch to further optimize process and material for industrial application.

“We want to enforce our presence in Asia in addition to our Shanghai office. With our main customers being from the region, opening up a technical centre in their vicinity will greatly improve customer support and decrease response times. In the electronics industry, speed is what matters. Now we are ready to answer customer demand for support in an instant,” said Dr Ralf Anselmann, Head of Electronic Solutions, Evonik.


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