Entegris expands manufacturing capabilities in Germany

Entegris, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTG), the materials integrity management company, today announced new manufacturing capabilities at its facility in Bad Rapaneau, Germany, during SEMICON Europa 2003.

Entegris GmbH has now completed the installation of a new automated manufacturing line to meet the needs of the company’s European customers. This capability enables Entegris to manufacture both 150 mm and 200mm Ultrapak® wafer carriers for the semiconductor industry.

“The enhancement of the Entegris Center of Excellence in Germany reaffirms our commitment to the European semiconductor market,” said Patrick McKinney, Entegris president of the semiconductor market sector. “By moving production closer to our customers we have the capability to respond to them much faster. Tighter communication with our global customer base is one of our top priorities at Entegris, and this step is another example of delivering upon that goal.”

The Entegris 150 mm and 200 mm Ultrapak product line is designed to safely protect and transport silicon wafers by eliminating wafer rotation and reducing contamination. The products are constructed of ultrapure polypropylene materials to provide a clean shipping environment, decreasing particle generation and outgassing and increasing the products’ shelf life.

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