Idemitsu completes construction OLED materials plant in Korea

Idemitsu completes construction of OLED materials plant in Korea

10:43 AM, 6th December 2012
Idemitsu completes construction of OLED materials plant in Korea
The South Korea plant.

TOKYO, JAPAN: Idemitsu Electronic Materials Korea Co Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Idemitsu Kosan Co Ltd, has completed construction of a plant for manufacturing organic light-emitting diode (OLED) materials in the city of Paju, near Seoul, South Korea and now plans to begin production at the new plant. Commercial shipment of the products will be started at next spring, after completing the quality inspection and production processes.

The products manufactured in the plant will be supplied to Japan, Taiwan, Europe, and other markets in addition to South Korean market. Idemitsu Kosan will strengthen its stable supply to customers by making this plant an overseas production base, while joining its OLED materials production facility in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan as another production base.

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