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Amkor Technology Semiconductor Packaging Bắc Ninh

Area: 230,000 m2
Cost: $300 million
General Contractor: SGC eTEC

The grand opening of Amkor newest factory in Bac Ninh, Vietnam, was unveiled tduring a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony in October 2023.

HydroMax® siphonic drainage solution was trusted to provide the safe roof drainage solution to the high-tech building and helped the speedy build-program which took just 15 months for construction.

Part of Amkor’s development of $1.6 billion chip factory which will be Amkor’s most advanced facility, delivering next-generation semiconductor packaging capabilities.

Beginning with Advanced System in Package (SiP) and memory production, the factory will offer turnkey solutions—from design to electrical test—to the world’s leading semiconductor and electronic manufacturing companies.

“This state-of-the-art factory in Vietnam will help Amkor provide an unrivaled geographic footprint to our customers, supporting global but also enabling regional supply chains. It’s the kind of secure and reliable supply chain our customers need—in communications, automotive, high-performance computing, and other key industries,” said Giel Rutten, Amkor’s president and chief executive officer.

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