EV Group Expands Headquarters

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ST. FLORIAN, Austria, May 30, 2018 — The EV Group, a supplier of wafer bonding and lithography equipment for the microelectromechanical, nanotechnology, and semiconductor markets, has begun construction work for the next expansion phase of its corporate headquarters.

The new, state-of-the-art building will house EVG's Manufacturing III facility, which will more than double the floor space for the final assembly of EVG's systems.

"With our innovative manufacturing solutions for the high-tech industry as well as new biomedical applications, we operate in very dynamic markets with great future prospects," said Werner Thallner, executive operations and financial director at EV Group. "In light of the high-capacity utilization in all areas of our existing facilities, as well as the positive market outlook, we decided to implement our plans for building our Manufacturing III facility this year. This will support our long-term growth targets at our corporate headquarters in St. Florian am Inn."

The new Manufacturing III building, adjacent to a test room site opened a few months ago, will be built next to the Inn River. The modern building will provide approximately 4,800 square meters of additional space, which will benefit not only manufacturing but other departments.

In addition to an expansion of warehouse space, a new delivery area with a dedicated packaging site designed for cleanroom equipment will be created, along with an airfreight security zone and new truck loading docks for the shipment of the completed systems to EVG's worldwide customers.

Construction is set for completion in early 2019.

EVG is a supplier of equipment and process solutions for the manufacture of semiconductors, MEMS, compound semiconductors, power devices, and nanotechnology devices.

Published: May 2018
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