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Balazs expands advanced analytical services footprint in Taiwan for semiconductor and high technology industries in Asia

Press release [Tuesday 21 November 2017]

Balazs, the leader of Air Liquide analytical service offerings for its electronics customers, expands its activities in Asia and introduces new laboratory and services capabilities in Taiwan. Utilizing experience and expertise from its extensive history in the semiconductor industry, Balazs Asia will be able to support the semiconductor and high technology industries in Asia through a local laboratory, chemists and experts.

This Taiwan-based laboratory comes after several decades of experience and presence in the USA with extensive expertise in identifying ultra-low level contamination in a variety of gases, liquids, solids and materials used by high technology and semiconductor industries. Beyond simply performing chemical analyses and providing results, the global Balazs offer and capabilities helps customers solve chemistry and contamination related issues.

Balazs Asia has established its office and laboratories in the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) of Taichung, Taiwan. Utilizing the same analytical methods and drawing on expertise from their current laboratories, the Balazs Asia lab will start serving customers immediately. With a local presence, the analysis expertise of Balazs Asia looks forward to serving customers and growing its services portfolio throughout Taiwan and Asia.

Scott Anderson, General Manager of Balazs Asia, commented: "In solving problems and providing complete answers, Balazs helps customers understand their various process steps, possible contamination, and gain insight into their product with improved control and yield among other benefits. It is this type of partnership and problem solving with customers that has gained Balazs thousands of customers throughout the world with many industries."

Balazs expands its advanced analytical services footprint in Taiwan

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