As the semiconductor industry continues to grow rapidly every year, Samco’s manufacturing equipment will become ever more valuable.
“Our business strategies focus on high end products.”
Osamu Tsuji, Chairman & CEO, Samco Inc.
Standing out from the crowd requires confidence and uniqueness. Japanese semiconductor expert Samco has managed to distinguish itself from its competitors through its unparalleled commitment to small-batch, high-quality products rather than mass-produced goods.
Founded in 1979 in a leased garage in Kyoto, the company has grown its global reputation for quality in the semiconductor manufacturing fields of deposition, etching and surface treatment. As company Chairman Osamu Tsuji explains, Samco’s success is based on three principles: “avoiding mass production, focusing on smaller products, and being environmentally conscious”.
For over 40 years, Samco has understood the importance of minimizing the environmental impact of its products, and its Liquid Source Chemical Vapor Deposition (LSCVD) technology does just that. By using a liquid source, the technology emits less CO2 and causes less harm to the environment than traditional methods.
With American firms being amongst its first ever customers, Samco has always understood the importance of global markets. This has led to the company establishing a base on the West coast of the U.S., and it is in the process of launching another base in India as it seeks to expand further into the Asian market.
Samco’s innovative products will be the driving force behind this expansion. As Mr. Tsuji says: “We would like to continue opening ourselves up and being a pioneer in the innovation of new technology.”