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Fully expand production: Samsung's P2 plant in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, will be put into operation in the second half of the year, and the P3 plant will be put into operation ahead of schedule.

  • Veröffentlicht:2021-05-06 09:40:38
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News on May 6 According to Korean media reports, Samsung Electronics’ Pyongtaek second plant P2 in South Korea will be opened in the second half of this year. In addition, Samsung is also accelerating its investment in the P3 plant P3, intending to put the plant into production three months ahead of schedule.

According to the report, EcoPro HN is a third party of Samsung Electronics. Yoon Seong-jin, the chairman of the company, revealed in the first quarter earnings meeting that Samsung requested EcoPro HN to supply chemical filters from the original set of early 2022. Advance to before December this year. Yoon said that the global chip is out of stock, and Samsung may plan to let the P3 factory go online three months in advance.

This is the first time that the P3 plant's production schedule has been made public. The current capacity and investment amount of the P3 plant is still unknown. People familiar with the matter believe that the P3 plant may produce memory and conduct foundry. Samsung plans to build six factories in the Pyeongtaek factory. If the P3 factory is completed, it means that half of the land will be used in the factory. The outside world originally estimated that the P3 plant would not be opened until the first half of 2023, and now it may be advanced to 2022.

 

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It is worth noting that it is quite unusual for a third party to take the lead in disclosing Samsung's investment plan. It is rumored that Samsung originally planned to announce the P3 factory plan earlier this year, but the vice chairman Lee Jae-yong went to jail again, disrupting Samsung's plan.

The supply of chips is too tight. Another source said that recently Samsung has also set up production equipment at its research facility in the Hwaseong plant in South Korea to increase production capacity. At present, all walks of life generally hope that the Korean chip industry can expand production.

Earlier, foreign media reported on April 16 that the foundry production line of Samsung Electronics in South Korea's second plant will be launched as soon as June this year, and other production lines including memory are expected to be fully launched in the second half of the year.

It is reported that in the second half of this year, Pyeongtaek No. 2 Plant will start a new foundry production line and next-generation V-NAND flash production line. Samsung executives revealed that all production lines of the Pyeongtaek second plant will be put into production in the second half of 2021 as expected. An insider revealed: "As far as I know, the Pyeongtaek No. 2 Plant will continue to increase its operation rate from early 2021."

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