TESCAN GROUP Strengthens Presence in Korean Semiconductor Market Through Merger

TESCAN GROUP Strengthens Presence in Korean Semiconductor Market Through Merger

TESCAN GROUP, a.s. proudly announces the successful acquisition of TESCAN KOREA, Ltd. (TKL) and Daeil Microanalysis Laboratory (DML), further solidifying its position in the Korean market, particularly within the semiconductor domain.

After two decades of successful collaboration, TKL, DML, and TESCAN GROUP are merging their efforts to better serve Korean customers and the market at large. This strategic move aligns with TESCAN GROUP’s commitment to delivering innovative solutions and unrivalled service excellence worldwide.

Expressing his enthusiasm about the merger, Jean-Charles Chen, CEO of TESCAN GROUP, stated, “This merger will undoubtedly strengthen our position in the Korean market. Our focus will now be on delivering cutting-edge FIB-SEM, TEM, and Micro-CT solutions advancing material science, as well as further innovations, particularly in the semiconductor industry.”

With a presence established over two decades in the Korean market, TKL and DML have successfully completed the installation of over 500 systems. The merger assures clients of continued service excellence with no compromise in quality.

“We are committed to strengthening our position in the Korean market and addressing the needs of our clients. We will be looking at further expansion and investment in new technologies that align with the current situation and market needs,” commented Sean Lee, APAC Managing Director of TESCAN GROUP.

JaeWhan Kim, CEO of TKL, highlighted the organizations’ dedication to the Korean academic market, affirming their commitment to providing the best technology and customer experience for cutting-edge research activities.

The merger underscores TESCAN GROUP’s commitment to enhancing partner experiences through professionalism, passion, and openness, further solidifying its position as a leading provider of electron microscopy and computed tomography solutions globally.