Amkor Inaugurates Latest Factory in Vietnam
The grand opening of our newest factory in Bac Ninh, Vietnam, was unveiled to Amkor executives, industry leaders, government officials and the press during a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The $1.6 billion chip factory will become Amkor’s most advanced facility, delivering next-generation semiconductor packaging capabilities. The facility occupies a substantial 57-acre expanse within the Yen Phong 2C Industrial Park, and it will feature 200,000 square meters of cleanroom space.
Beginning with Advanced System in Package (SiP) and memory production, the factory will offer turnkey solutions—from design to electrical test—to the world’s leading semiconductor and electronic manufacturing companies.
“This state-of-the-art factory in Vietnam will help Amkor provide an unrivaled geographic footprint to our customers, supporting global but also enabling regional supply chains. It’s the kind of secure and reliable supply chain our customers need—in communications, automotive, high-performance computing, and other key industries,” said Giel Rutten, Amkor’s president and chief executive officer. “A large and skilled workforce, a strategic location, and support from government authorities made it an ideal location for Amkor’s continued growth. We are proud of what we’ve accomplished together with Vietnam and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”