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As of Thursday, June 12, 2014, Beneq's facilities in Vantaa will join Lumineq Displays on its premises in Espoo, Finland.

Beneq is on the move!

Espoo, Finland | Posted on June 12th, 2014

Now for the first time, Beneq Thin Film Equipment and Beneq Lumineq Displays will be under the same roof, enabling the two complementary entities to take greater advantage from their synergies.



The Espoo plant, the biggest concentration of ALD equipment in the world, will be the place that combines the past, present and future of ALD.



"We bring you our heritage from 30 years of continuous thin film production. Today, we are the world's largest atomic layer deposition (ALD) stronghold with an offering that satisfies the most demanding of needs, be that research, industry or job coating. For the future, we will continue to pioneer the future of ALD for use in research, product development and industrial production," says Sampo Ahonen, CEO, Beneq.

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About Beneq
Beneq, leading supplier of production and research equipment for thin film coatings, is also the world’s premier manufacturer and developer of thin film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays. Beneq equipment and thin film experience is used for improving the efficiency of crystalline silicon and thin film solar cells, enhancing the durability of organic electronics and protecting silver from tarnishing. In addition to process equipment, Beneq also offers job coating.

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Contacts:
Beneq Oy
Thin Film Equipment
P.O. Box 4
FI-02201 Espoo
Finland
Visiting address:
Olarinluoma 9
FI-02200 Espoo
Finland
Telephone: +358 9 7599 530 (switchboard)
Fax: +358 9 7599 5310


For more information, please contact:

Mr Sampo Ahonen
CEO
Beneq
Tel: +358 40 520 1090
sampo.ahonen(at)beneq.com

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