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CARL ZEISS SMT utilizes its leading know-how in light, electron and ion-optical technologies to offer its customers in the manufacturing industry and R&D a broad Portfolio of products, services and application solutions. The market-leading systems and solutions from Carl Zeiss SMT are used in fields of application in nanotechnology such as semiconductor technology, materials RESEARCH and the life sciences.
As the innovation leader for lithography optics, as well as optical and particle-beam based inspection, analysis and measuring systems, Carl Zeiss SMT opens up new avenues for its customers in industrial manufacturing environments, quality assurance and industrial and university R&D.
Together with its subsidiaries in Germany, England, France and the USA, the international group of companies has approximately 2,400 employees.
In fiscal year 2005/06, Carl Zeiss SMT AG generated revenues of over EUR 860 million. Carl Zeiss SMT AG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Carl Zeiss AG. Visit http://www.smt.zeiss.com for additional information.
About Carl Zeiss SMT Inc.
The Carl Zeiss SMT AG as a leading supplier is dedicated to technical excellence.
By serving the global nano manufacturing and testing equipment markets we sustain and facilitate growth in nano technologies.
Our leading-edge optical and e-beam expertise based on our core competencies is the key to our customers' success.
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Carl Zeiss SMT AG
Phone: +49 7364 200
Fax: +49 7364 20 6808
Carl Zeiss SMT Inc.
One Corporation Way
Peabody, MA 01960
CEO: Dirk Stenkamp
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