Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology Relocating

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BRISTOL, England, Feb. 11, 2021 — Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology is moving to a new manufacturing facility in Bristol, England. The company is a provider of advanced wafer-processing solutions for the semiconductor industry.

The new facility will allow the company to remain headquartered in Bristol. It will include ISO Class 5 and 6 application laboratories spanning 10,764 sq ft (1000 sq m) and be equipped with a complete suite of state-of-the-art wafer-processing solutions and advanced characterization/metrology technologies.

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology said its relocation is driven by the growing demand from customers, which include semiconductor device manufacturers and materials research institutions. The company said it expects to welcome customers and partners to the facility in the summer of 2022.

Published: February 2021
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