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South Korea: Air Separation Units Linde to Supply Industrial Gases to Samsung’s New Semiconductor Units

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Under the terms of the long-term agreement, Linde will build, own and operate air separation plants at Pyeongtaek in South Korea in order to supply ultra-high purity industrial gases to Samsung Electronics’ new semiconductor facilities in the region.

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Once the project is commissioned, the Pyeongtaek complex will be Linde's single largest gases supply site in the world for an electronics customer.
Once the project is commissioned, the Pyeongtaek complex will be Linde's single largest gases supply site in the world for an electronics customer.
(Source: Linde)

Guildford/UK – Linde has recently announced that it has entered into a long-term agreement with Samsung Electronics to supply ultra-high purity industrial gases for its latest semiconductor facilities in Pyeongtaek, South Korea.

Linde is currently the main supplier of industrial gases to Samsung's existing facilities in Pyeongtaek. This second agreement to build, own and operate air separation plants in this latest world-class manufacturing complex cements Linde's position as a strategic partner for Samsung, the world's largest semiconductor manufacturer. Once the project is commissioned, the Pyeongtaek complex will be Linde's single largest gases supply site in the world for an electronics customer.

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Samsung's new facility will deploy state-of-the-art technologies to accelerate the company's next-generation chip design and production, in order to meet the rising demand for semiconductors around the world. "We are proud to have been selected yet again to supply Samsung's world-class semiconductor facilities, shortly after the safe and on-time delivery of our previous project," said B.S. Sung, Head of South Korea, Linde. "Our successful partnership spans more than 42 years and we look forward to continue providing Samsung with a safe, reliable and cost-effective supply of industrial gases and innovative technologies well into the future."

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