Zinter wins contract to supply the world’s first customer High-NA crane system


The world’s first semiconductor system capable of production output of 5 nanometer chips and below will be supported by purchased indoor cranes from Zinter Cleanroom Cranes. In a groundbreaking contract, a USA based semiconductor company has purchased the world’s most advanced lithography tools (ASML’s High-NA EUV system) and the support cranes. These indoor cranes are state-of-the-art and include clean features required for semiconductor cleanrooms, intelligent data processing, precision movements, and automation not seen before in this industry. Zinter looks forward to installing and maintaining these cranes as was successfully done with the previous generation.


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