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Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong visits Samsung Electronics Onyang Campus in Asan, Chungcheongnam-do on the 6th, and is checking the site with Kim Ki-nam, Vice Chairman of DS Division, Vice President of TSP Paik, and Kyo-Young Jin. Provided by Samsung Electronics

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Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong visits Samsung Electronics Onyang Campus in Asan, Chungcheongnam-do on the 6th, and is checking the site with Kim Ki-nam, Vice Chairman of DS Division, Vice President of TSP Paik, and Kyo-Young Jin.

Samsung Electronics decided to replace all Japanese materials used in the semiconductor production process with materials produced by domestic, third-party countries such as Europe and the United States. As Japan’s export control measures likely to disrupt semiconductor production, the company decided to rule out Japanese-made materials in the production process.

According to the industry on the 6th, Samsung Electronics decided to replace about 220 Japanese materials and chemicals put into the semiconductor production process with products from other countries, and formed a separate task force (TF) to promote this work. TF is in contact with domestic and overseas companies that produce semiconductor materials and comprehensively understands whether the quality can be put into the actual process and how much can be produced if it is put into the process.

An official from a semiconductor partner said, “Samsung Electronics is contacting various semiconductor material producers to conduct various investigations to secure substitutes for Japanese products.” I did it. ”

Samsung’s principle of replacing Japanese materials is known to be quite strict. In order to increase production efficiency, European and US material companies announced plans to import raw materials from Japan, process them in Korea, and deliver them to Samsung, but Samsung reportedly rejected them by proposing the ‘Japan Free’ principle. .

An official from a European material company said, “Even though there are raw materials in Europe, it is economically more advantageous to import raw materials from Japan and process them. “We are looking into how to import.”

Samsung’s action suggests that the industry reflects Samsung’s realistic worries that it will be difficult to operate production lines based on Japan, which is shaking its international division of labor due to political issues. Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong went to Japan immediately after Japan’s export control measures and tried to secure materials.

While searching for alternative materials may result in short-term losses, such as reduced production, the de- Japaneseization of materials seems to be more profitable in the long term, including stabilizing production lines.

The global semiconductor industry predicts that materials replacement work for domestic semiconductor manufacturers, including Samsung, will take as little as six months and more than one year. Even if new materials are found, production lines must be stabilized and domestic companies will have to endure losses such as reduced production during that period.

An official of Samsung Electronics said, “We are making various efforts to diversify import lines after the export control measures in Japan.
“It’s hard to predict when the material replacement will be finalized at the moment,” he said.





6日、業界によると、サムスン電子は、半導体製造工程に投入される約220種類以上の日本産の素材と化学薬品を他の国の製品に交換するとし、この作業を推進するための別途のタスクフォース(TF)を構成した。 TFは、半導体材料を生産する国内および海外の企業と接触して「実際の工程に投入が可能な品質であるか、工程に投入すれば、生産量をどのよう増やすことができているか」などを総合的に把握している。


日本産の素材を交換するというサムスンの原則はかなり厳しいことが分かった。ヨーロッパとアメリカの地域素材メーカーが生産効率を高めるために「日本で原料を輸入した後、韓国で加工して、サムスンに納品する」という計画を明らかにしたが、サムスンは「Japan Free」の原則を提示し、これを拒否したことが分かった。






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