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VietNamNet Bridge - US-based Global Equipment Services & Manufacturing Inc. yesterday received a license to build a semiconductor design, manufacturing and service center in Saigon High Tech Park. 

GES Viet Nam Co. Ltd., as the local subsidiary is called, will take up 6,000 square meters of the hi-tech zone in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 9.

The US$36-million center will design, manufacture and upgrade semiconductor equipment, and undertake warranty services for semiconductor manufacturers.

When it starts up in September 2008, the center will employ around 500 university and college graduates.

“Opening our business in Viet Nam is in preparation for the wave of giant semiconductor producers planning to come to the country soon,” said Don V. Tran, an overseas Vietnamese and the parent company’s managing director.

GES Viet Nam’s plans for the center include supporting the billion-dollar chip assembly plant that Intel is building in Saigon High Tech Park and hopes to commission in the middle of 2009.

(Source: SGGP, TTXVN)

I have worked with GES on several high visibility projects. Their attention to detail, consistent professionalism and willingness to support our efforts makes our business relationship a good partnership. I look forward to working with GES on future projects.

- Richard Garcia,
   Product Manager, 200mm Applications
   Crossing Automation Inc.
We have been successfully working with GES since 2009 on a very critical outsourcing project for a major customer. GES engineers have proven to be of high quality and reliable contributing to the success of the project

- Bob DiCrosta,
   VP of Global Customer Support
   Rudolph Technologies, Inc.
We select GES as our turnkey equipment refurbishment service provider because of our long standing positive experience with their engineering service quality, their equipment manufacturing capabilities in Viet Nam; and especially, their focused attention to protect the intellectual property of customers

- Kenny Sunohara,
   VP & General Manager, Field Solutions Business Unit
   Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL)