Plansee receives three supplier awards from key customers

June 22, 2020

Plansee manufactures a range of products at its China facility (Courtesy Plansee)

Plansee Group, headquartered in Reutte, Austria, reports that Plansee China Ltd, has received three awards from key customers, including AMEC, Texas Instruments and Sony. The Supplier Awards were presented to Plansee for their service and support during  2019.

AMEC is a global micro-fabrication equipment company based in China, serving customers in the semiconductor industry and related high-tech sectors. Plansee has supplied the company with various products for metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) since 2017, including rare earth outer heaters, molybdenum liners, spindles and filaments. The excellent properties of the products and their consistently high quality are said to have made Plansee the preferred supplier for AMEC.

Texas Instruments (TI) designs and manufactures semiconductors and various integrated circuits, which it sells globally. Plansee has been a longstanding supplier of the company, and was presented with the “Regional Supplier Recognition Award” due to its performance in , environmental and social responsibility, technology, responsiveness, delivery reliability, quality and costs.

Sony is another longstanding customer of Plansee, purchasing semiconductor and MOCVD products. Plansee and its sales partner TCS were awarded by Sony the breakthrough prize for the development of a tungsten-liner source, extending the   life and reducing the costs for their CIS process.

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