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Doosan Tesna to Invest $159.7 Million in South Korean Semiconductor Testing Facility

New Pyeongtaek plant to focus on high-performance SoCs and CMOS image sensors by 2027
South Korea
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Doosan Tesna Inc., a subsidiary of South Korea’s Doosan Group, has announced plans to build a semiconductor testing factory in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province. With an investment of 220.6 billion won ($159.7 million), the facility aims to meet the rising demand for the inspection of system on chips (SoCs) and CMOS image sensors (CISs).

The new plant, spanning 15,870 square meters, will be constructed near Samsung Electronics’ largest semiconductor complex. The project is set to break ground this year, with completion expected by the first half of 2027.

Doosan Tesna’s initiative comes as part of the company’s strategy to enhance its capabilities by integrating new testing equipment and expanding its infrastructure. The facility will utilize advanced technologies such as auto stackers, autonomous mobile robots, and solar power systems to create a smart factory environment.

Notably, the plant will implement vibration control technology, eight times stronger than standard office setups, to ensure precision in semiconductor testing. This feature is rare among outsourced semiconductor assembly and test service providers, positioning Doosan Tesna at a competitive edge in the market.

The facility will also focus on optimizing the flow of staff, vehicle traffic, and equipment while minimizing contamination risks, further solidifying Doosan Tesna’s commitment to operational excellence and customer satisfaction.



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