Entegris to Launch New Web Site for Japanese Customers

Entegris, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTG), a leader in materials integrity management, has launched a Japanese-language Web site for its DeviceCare™ product line in response to the company’s increased presence in the region.

An extension of Entegris’ English-language DeviceCare Web site, www.devicecare.jp will provide Japanese customers with a tool to browse, search, request product quotations and design-to-order Entegris test, assembly and packaging products.

“Following our transition to a direct sales model in Japan, we are working to increase access to information, products and services,” said Patrick McKinney, president of the Entegris semiconductor market segment. “The Japanese market is an important area of potential growth for Entegris, and we want to provide the same level of customer service in this region, as we do in the U.S.”

Entegris’ English-language DeviceCare Web site has had over one million units ordered online since its launch in July 2000. With similar features, the Japanese version will allow customers to browse the Entegris catalog of test, assembly and packaging products, with access to regional inventory.

In addition to the semiconductor industry, Entegris provides materials integrity management products and services for the data storage, life sciences and fuel cell markets.

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