FUJIFILM Electronic Materials Builds Manufacturing-Development Campus in Mesa, Arizona
According to company officials, “the global market for electronics materials continues to grow and to meet the market demands Fujifilm expects to invest approximately $91 million across its facilities in Arizona and Rhode Island over the next several years.”
“The Mesa site expansion is anticipated to take around 18 months and will comprise of approximately 85,000 SF of additional space in the form of five new buildings significantly expanding manufacturing, warehousing, R&D laboratory and office space,” officials said.
"Fujifilm is committed to maintaining its leadership position in supplying our customers with a broad range of high purity electronic chemicals that address their needs in technical performance and quality," said Dr. Brian O'Donnelly, President & CEO, FUJIFILM Electronic Materials U.S.A., Inc.
"It has been great doing business with Fujifilm, and it's exciting to see them grow their semiconductor materials operations in Mesa," said John Giles, Mayor, city of Mesa. "Their investment in our city is tremendous and I suspect their success will continue with the high demand for semiconductors that are used across technology industries." "We have a strong history in Mesa and the business has experienced solid growth over the last several years and as a result we will continue to support the evolving technology needs of our market," said Scott Klamm, Vice President of Operations, FUJIFILM Electronic Materials U.S.A., Inc.
"Fujifilm has been a great addition to Mesa's Industrial Corridor and a wonderful partner in District 6," says Kevin Thompson, Council Member, City of Mesa. "This expansion is a significant investment in our city, and shows Fujifilm's commitment in remaining a viable part of our community."
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