Tokyo Electron Limited has announced plans to construct the Tohoku Production and Logistics Center at the Tohoku Office in Japan’s Iwate Prefecture). Particularly, it will rise at its manufacturing subsidiary, Tokyo Electron Technology Solutions.
Accordingly, Tokyo Electron sees the new building to aid in meeting the rise in demand of the semiconductor market.
As the shift toward a digital society accelerates, the industry expects the semiconductor market to continue to grow further.
The world’s progress toward digitalization and decarbonization has been spurring technological innovations. Hence, fueling the prospect of growth for the products developed and manufactured by Tokyo Electron Technology Solutions.
In anticipation of the continued market expansion and diversification of technology needs, the Tohoku Production and Logistics Center will consolidate the company’s production and logistics capabilities. Particularly, it will ensure the timely delivery of products, which in turn will contribute to sustainable medium and long-term growth of the company and contribute to the advancement of a dream-inspired society.
Construction of the Tohoku Production and Logistics Center will start in spring 2024 for completion in fall 2025.
The two-story building will have an approximate floor area of 57,000sq.m with construction cost of ¥22 billion. Specifically, the new building’s purpose includes facilitating manufacture of thermal processing and single-wafer deposition systems. In addition, it will also handle logistic warehousing.