KM Corp.

Anseong-city, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: C728

KM makes a world-standard for Cleanroom consumables.

KM which has been focusing on localization and stable supply for cleaning since established.
KM was started the PVC glove business at the first time and now we do a localization of wipers, dust-free papers etc. Through this, we supply the cleanroom consumables to domestic semiconductor industries.
Despite many trials and errors and failures in the early stages of cleanroom product development, localization is possible with the constant encouragement and support of customers. Now we supply our cleanroom products to semiconductor factories such as IBM, Itel, NEC, Motorola, SGS Thompson etc.
KM, which has been with the development of the domestic and overseas semiconductor industry, is now one of the leading companies in the worlds clean goods industry by taking a leap forward   the localization of existing products, leading clean technology through the continuous development of new products. I will do my best to make it possible.

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