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Pall opens $202m chemicals plant in Singapore

The new Singapore facility will separate and purify minerals used in the manufacture of advanced node chips.

US-based Pall Corporation, which specialises in filtration, separation and purification, says the USD 150 million plant will create as many as 300 jobs over the next few years. The 2.8ha facility in the Benoi Sector industrial area includes more than 18,000 square metres of high-volume manufacturing and office space for the global headquarters of Pall’s microelectronics business.

Pall set up the plant to serve the growing market for advanced chips fuelled by  applications like generative artificial intelligence (AI), high-performance computing (HPC), next generation communications and autonomous vehicles. It says the filtration solutions manufactured by this new facility are specifically designed to support the production of advanced node logic and memory chips.

"Throughout an almost 80-year history, Pall has been on the forefront of solving some of the world's most complex challenges using advanced filtration.  This new facility is not only an important development for advancing semiconductor manufacturing technology, but also an important next step for Pall.  We will continue to leverage our experience and expertise to help solve global challenges, from the increased demand for advanced chips to aiding in the transition to greener manufacturing," said Naresh Narasimhan, Group Executive of Pall's parent company Danaher Group.


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