Hamamatsu Completes New Facility
News May 31, 2014
Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. has announced the completion of a new building at its Main Factory for the development and mass production of MOEMS-based opto-semiconductor devices and modules by its Solid State Division.
The advanced products to be made at the facility will be for automotive use, smartphones, and various other applications.
Operations at the new Building No. 13 are scheduled to begin in September. A completion ceremony for the new building was held on the 14th May 2014.
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