YoungChang Chemical Co., Ltd.

Korea (South)
  • Booth: C744

We will do our best to make the world where all can be happy

  The great business of Young Chang Chemical Co., Ltd was established in 2001 and The company combines the power of science of chemistry and technology to passionately innovate what is essential and required to Semiconductor IC fabrication industries.

  The company is actively driving innovations that important value from the intersection of chemical, physical and biological sciences to help building up advanced chemicals and materials to support various Semiconductor markets, such as IC chips, LED devices, LCD and OLED panels and SOLAR fabrications, which is supported by PHOTORESIST, RINSING SOLUTION, SLURRY, DEVELOPER, NTD DEVELOPER, HT-SOC, STRIPPER, BARC, TARC, etc.

  At present, Young Chang Chemical Co., Ltd has been delivered highly NANO technology-based products, i.e. integrated, market-driven, industry-leading portfolio of specialty chemicals and advanced solutions to customers in high growth sectors such as IC chips, Packaging through Domestic, USA, Asia/Pac and Europe markets.

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