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Shoei Electronic Materials, Inc. Celebrated the Opening of R&D Center

April 13, 2017

Photos taken by Shoei Electronic Materials, Inc. 
On March 1, 2017, Shoei Electronic Materials, Inc. (SEMI) held an opening ceremony to celebrate the relocation and expansion of their R&D (Research and Development) Center in Corvallis, Oregon. 
At the ceremony, President Shoichiro Asada and other representatives of SEMI celebrated the success of the project by welcoming guests and presenting their new nanotechnology products, new appliance of quantum dot technology and also shared their future business prospects. 
InSpec Group provided engineering, process and equipment procurement, and construction service for this project. We will continue to support SEMI throughout their successful journey.  


(l-r) Shoei Electronic Materials Inc. President, Shoichiro Asada; InSpec Group CEO, Taro Toyoda

To celebrate this special occasion,
CEO of InSpec, Taro Toyoda presented
President of SEMI, Shouichro Asada,
an opening ceremony gift. 

Speech giving at the Opening Ceremony. 





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