Dongwoo Fine-Chem Co., Ltd.

PyueongTaek-Si,  Gyuonggi-Do 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: C716

Established in 1991, Dongwoo Fine-Chem has been growing as the leader in the electronic industry ever since it successfully developed its own high-purity semiconductor chemicals. Dongwoo Fine-Chem expanded its business to TFT-LCD material market and contributed to the success of Korea in IT industry. Dongwoo Fine-Chem is consistently challenging to discover the momentum for the success of the next generation.

Dongwoo Fine-Chem is becoming the key of global network of Sumitomo Chemicals in IT Field. Sumitomo Chemicals, which is the parent company of Dongwoo Fine-Chem, was established a century ago with the company goals of making human life richer and providing solutions and has been supplying various chemical products to the world as a world-class chemical provider.

Dongwoo Fine-chem is the first Korean company that independently developed high-purity chemicals, etchants, photo resists, color filters and Polarizer Films that are used for semiconductors and TFT-LCD. Dongwoo Fine-Chem recently expanded the business to the materials for LED, touch sensor panels and high-purity aluminum and is becoming the best business partner in IT industry.

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