Sungdo Eng

Seoul-si, 
Korea (South)
http://www.sungdokorea.com
  • Booth: A336

The leading construction company in Semiconductor field.

Since the establishment in March 1987, Sungdo Engineering & Construction Co.,Ltd. has been leading the business field of semiconductor facilities and equipments in Korea, and its competitive technology has been well proved. Sungdo ENG, moreover, has expanded its business high technology industry such as IT, NT, BT and ET recently.

It is said that the leading technologies in the twenty-first century are IT(Information Technology), NT(Nano-Technology), BT(Bio-Technology), ET(Environmental Technology), and none of these technologies can solely lead the industry. In other words, next generation requires new paradigm of integrated technology and united industry.

We have been mapping out some business plans to deal with rapid changes in business environment and in technology from several years ago, and now operating our own R&D center as one of the plans to cope with new business environment. With all these efforts, we are now able to have highlty-qualified manpower resources as well as high sales record.

All the staffs in Sungdo ENG  will do our best to be the best company in the world in some years, positively believing that we accomplish it.

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