- Plans to invest about KRW 600 billion in assets with the cluster’s tenants by early next year
- Plans to expand to five times the current size by 2030
SurplusGLOBAL (www.SurplusGLOBAL.com), a global pre-owned semiconductor equipment platform company, held a completion ceremony on the 6th at the SurplusGLOBAL Semiconductor Equipment Cluster located in Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si.
The CEO of SurplusGLOBAL Bruce Kim (Kim Jeong-wong), Mayor of Yongin Special City Lee Sang-il, CEO of ASML Korea Lee Woo-kyung, President of KLA Korea Rollin Kocher, Vice President of Korea Semiconductor Industry Association Lee Chang-han, and President of SEMI Korea Cho Hyun-dae has attended.
SurplusGLOBAL, executor of the Tongsam general industrial complex project, has completed the construction of a semiconductor equipment cluster with 25,456.9m2 land area and 68,204.88m2 floor space. SurplusGLOBAL plans to invest about KRW 600 billion in assets with the cluster’s tenants by early next year, including KRW 140 billion in construction costs.
The semiconductor equipment cluster was built, including 4,192 square meters of clean room (class 1,000 ~ 100,000), demo room space for secondary semiconductor equipment, semiconductor equipment exhibition hall, training center, office space, and amenity space. SurplusGLOBAL has been leading the global used semiconductor equipment market for over 22 years, also established a network at the Semiconductor Equipment Cluster to share semiconductor-related equipment, facilities, and human resources. It diversifies the business with R&D foundry service, 300mm test wafer production, global parts platform, and a shared fab business model.
CEO of SurplusGLOBAL Bruce Kim said, “I am very pleased that the first phase of the semiconductor equipment cluster that I have been preparing and dreaming of for 16 years has finally been completed and that several global semiconductor equipment manufacturers have moved in.” In the future, based on the successful operation of the current cluster in Korea, we plan to expand five times its size by 2030 and advance into overseas markets. We will develop into a global semiconductor equipment hub by providing a variety of services to the materials, parts, and equipment industries with our semiconductor used equipment, parts solutions, and a shared fab business model to customers around the world.”