Voltaix and Air Liquide combine through latest PV deal


Voltaix, LLC, a leading manufacturer of specialty materials for the Semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, and Air Liquide, a world leader in gases for industry, health and the environment have announced the signing of an agreement to expand Trisilylamine (TSA) capacity with the construction of two new plants.

The two new TSA production facilities will be located at Voltaix’s recently constructed state-of-the-art manufacturing sites in Upper Mount Bethel Township, Pennsylvania, USA, and in Yeongi-gun, Choongchung, Nam Do, South Korea, to meet global market demand and enable strong supply contingencies.

Air Liquide’s Vice President of Electronics World Business Line, Francisco Martins, commented on the deal, “The Semiconductor industry’s most advanced customers will be pleased to hear about the expanded cooperation between Voltaix and Air Liquide Electronics, which provides them with a reliable TSA supply chain solution globally for the years to come.”

Peter Smith, Voltaix CEO, responded to the news. He said, “Through years of dedicated research, Voltaix is able to successfully scale TSA manufacturing to meet the increasing demands of the semiconductor industry.”

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