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Ichor Systems

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Ichor Systems is a dependable vendor that provides mechanical contracting services to its clients. This later grew by offering more and more capabilities to supply customers with more complete solutions, such as weldments, gas panel assembly, and chemical modules. It began expanding its manufacturing base into Malaysia and Singapore in the early 2000s to serve its customers’ growing global presence. By the late 2000s, the company had began to service the worldwide LED industry and had grown its reach in North America once more.

What is the current market scenario?

We are one of the few fluid systems providers to the semiconductor industry’s leading process capital equipment suppliers. What is the market position of your company? We are a top provider, and our name is well known among our clients as the leading engineering and design provider of fluid delivery systems.

What is your company’s vision statement and modus operandi?

Through excellent engineering design and manufacture, it is our objective to provide fluid delivery expertise across all important areas of semiconductor manufacturing. We don’t have a formal vision statement yet, but it’s our plan to keep growing organically and inorganically to build a larger income stream and optimise operations while providing more and more capability to help our clients succeed.

We’ve had a lot of success providing our knowledge (increasing penetration across all platforms), developing organically and through acquisitions (37 percent CAGR), and enhancing our processes (reducing OPEX 13.2 percent to 10.2 percent from 2014-2016).

What was your initial product release?

Our first offering was mechanical engineering design services to assist customers with improving gas flow into semiconductor process equipment reaction chambers.

How are you distinctive from your competitors?

We offer engineering services that distinguish us from the competition and enable us to add additional value to the fluid systems we produce. We provide excellent engineering design services and unrivalled operational expertise to ensure our customers’ success.

Do you have any products ready for release?

Yes. We’re always exploring for new ways to improve function and cut costs by incorporating cutting-edge technology into the design of new and potential gas and liquid delivery systems.

What do you feel are the reasons behind?

Popularity of your product : We realise that our customers value the high-quality manufacturing and design engineering services we deliver.

As an organisation, you have consistently grown : We’ve evolved with the market and adapted to the changing needs of our clients. The single most essential component in our ability to go alongside them and manoeuvre through semiconductor demand cycles has been our degree of collaboration.

What are the factors/elements that make your company ‘One Of The Best Tech Companies’?

1.We are a key player in the semiconductor supply chain.

2.We are very strong in our technical capabilities to solve difficult fluid delivery problems.

3.We know how to deliver those solutions to our customers.

4.We have a talented global workforce that is loyal to helping our customers be successful.

5.We have a forward-thinking executive team that encourages and supports our employees to deliver the best we have to offer.

Where do you see you and your company a couple of years from now?

Our vision is to continue to expand through organic and inorganic growth, so the market should expect to see a larger revenue Ichor continuing to lean itself down and optimizing its operations while adding more and more capability.

About the CEO

Thomas M. Rohrs has served as Executive Chairman and director of Ichor since February 2012 and as Chief Executive Officer since September 2014. Prior to serving at Ichor, Mr. Rohrs served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Skyline Solar from 2010 to 2012 and Electroglas from 2006 to 2009. Mr. Rohrs also served as Senior Vice President of Global Operations and a member of the Executive Committee for Applied Materials from 1997 to 2002 and as Vice President of Worldwide Operations for Silicon Graphics from 1992 to 1997

Source : Ichor Systems

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