|By Business Wire||
|May 2, 2014 09:02 AM EDT||
AVACO, specializing in the manufacture of SuVAS™ sputtering (PVD) vacuum deposition equipment and AEON™ atomic layer deposition (ALD) equipment, received a new order for PV manufacturing line from the company in the U.S. Once these modules are qualified, an additional volume of modules will be installed in mass production manufacturing lines in China.
"We are pleased with our market expansion in the U.S. / China PV industry,” said Chuck Kim, business development director of AVACO. “New market entrance with our core technology further strengthens and broadens our offering of core competency, enabling AVACO to continue to serve our customers with innovative and leading-edge technology solutions for thin film manufacturing challenges."
We are pleased to announce our participation in the Society of Vacuum Coater, 2014 SVC Techcon Exhibit, May 6-7, 2014, Hyatt Regency Chicago Hotel, Chicago, IL. For more information please visit us at our Booth #1028, 2014 SVC Techcon Exhibit. Additional information can be found at our website at www.avaco.co.kr/eng.
About AVACO CO., LTD:
AVACO, a publicly traded company headquartered in Daegu, South Korea (KOSDAQ:083930), is a global supplier of thin-film processing equipment and specializes in the manufacture of SuVAS™ sputtering (PVD) vacuum deposition equipment (in-line, cluster, and roll to roll type), AEON™ atomic layer deposition (ALD) equipment, various BEOL equipment, and factory automation equipment such as clean stocker, clean crane, and overhead transfer system for large-scale substrate.
AVACO is known for delivering proven mass production manufacturing equipment that encompasses all aspects related to thin-film coating such as TCO, metal electrode, and dielectric layer. Target materials used for AVACO’s sputtering system includes Ag, AGZO, Al, Al2O3, AlNd, AZO, CIGS, Cr, Cu, CuGa, CuIn, GZO, IGZO, In, ITO, IZO, Mo, MoTi, MoW, Ni, Se, SiO2, TiO2, ZnO and others with DC, pulsed-DC, and MF utilizing single or dual magnetron source.
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