The Executive Minister of the Ministry of Economic Affairs Wang Meihua was invited to participate in the inauguration ceremony of the new Yunlin New Factory of the Japanese company Deya, which is a leading semiconductor chemical material manufacturer in Japan. The global bases are in the United States, Europe, Japan, Korea and other countries. In the past year, Taiwan has set up a first production plant in Hsinchu to supply high-purity chemicals such as IPA (isopropyl alcohol) and TMAH (developing liquid) required by Taiwan Semiconductor manufacturers such as TSMC, UMC, and Winbond in the advanced process. Years later, in view of Taiwan's good development environment for science and technology industry, it invested more than NT$600 million to build a second production plant in Yunlin Science and Technology Industrial Zone as a new base for deepening Taiwan.
Wang Meihua, chief executive of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, said in his speech that Taiwan's semiconductor industry is internationally renowned and has a global leading position in technical capabilities, product development and production applications. It has a large-scale wafer foundry and packaging base and is the world's largest semiconductor material. The consumer region is also the top three markets for semiconductor devices worldwide. ?Yama Company has expanded its investment in Taiwan. In addition to optimistic about the development of Taiwan's semiconductor industry, it also represents the recognition of Taiwan's investment environment by international manufacturers. Wang Changchang also explained that the construction of the new Yunlin plant was completed in less than one and a half years, and it highly demonstrated the efficiency of the central and local governments in investing in investment.
Deyama's Yokota Sato, the president of the company, said that he was very grateful to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Yunlin County government for their support and assistance to the new Yunlin plant, and accelerated the completion of the administrative operations of the plant, so that Deyama was successful in Yunlin. The industrial zone took root. President Yokota said that with the development and popularization of 5G communication, the market generally expects and expects the revitalization of the semiconductor market. Therefore, the construction plan of the new plant of Deya Ma Yunlin can fully meet the needs of the new generation process. At the same time, it will support the development of Taiwan's semiconductor industry, and the next step will be to prepare for the second phase of the Yunlin plant project, and continue to expand the business map in Taiwan.
The Minister of Economic Affairs, Mr. Wang, said that the Ministry of Economic Affairs has strengthened the investment promotion service. Since July 2018, it has combined with the China Merchants Investment Service Center, the Investment Department of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Investment Review Committee to create an Investment Taiwan Office to provide investment and investment review. Whip service, through customized full-service services, assists manufacturers to implement investment plans in Taiwan, and welcomes manufacturers with investment service needs in Taiwan to contact the Ministry of Economic Affairs at any time.
Taiwan's industrial clusters are complete, with solid manufacturing strength and excellent human quality. The overall investment environment is recognized by many international appraisals. The Ministry of Economic Affairs will continue to take stock of investment opportunities and industry chain gaps, attracting more by linking Taiwan's local demand and advantages. International giants and companies with key technologies will invest in Taiwan or expand their scale of operations in Taiwan to jointly expand business opportunities in the new generation.
Other guests attending the ceremony today include Zhang Lishan, the county magistrate of Yunlin County, Mayor Lin Douju of Douliu City, Chairman Lin Jiannan of Taiwan Plastics Industry Co., Ltd., and President Gao Muji Yi of Mitsubishi Chemical Machinery Co., Ltd.
Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs R.O.C