Hana Micron

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Hana Micron
Type Public
Traded as KRX: 067310
Industry Semiconductor
Founded 2001
Headquarters Asan, South Korea
Key people Chang H. Choi
Revenue IncreaseUS$260M (2011)[1]
Net income IncreaseUS$26M (2011)[1]
Total assets IncreaseUS$268M (2011)[1]
Total equity IncreaseUS$132M (2011)[1]
Employees 1,300[2]
Website www.hanamicron.com

Hana Micron, (KOSDAQ 067310), is a semiconductor company specializing in assembly and product packaging as well as test and module manufacturing services. Hana Micron was founded in 2001 and its headquarters is located in Asan City, South Korea. As of 2011, Hana Micron has over 1300 employees and reported over $260 million in sales.[2]

Currently, Hana Micron has other offices around the world including offices in the United States, Brazil, and China. Hana Micron's manufacturing factories are located in South Korea and Brazil.

In 2007, Hana Silicon was created as a subsidiary of Hana Micron. Hana Silicon provides consumable parts for the semiconductor etching process which is the silicon based cathode ring essential for manufacturing semiconductor products.[3]

In 2008, Hana Micron America along with Hana Innosys were formed as a subsidiary of Hana Micron to concentrate on the SI (System Integration) business. Hana Innosys has developed a system integration solution for animal traceability by using RFID technology. In addition to the animal traceability solution, Hana Innosys has implemented a system integration solution for GPS fleet tracking systems.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Hana Micron annual income statement from bloomberg.com". bloomberg.com. 
  2. ^ a b "Company Profile for Hana Micron from securities.com". 
  3. ^ a b South Korean Casebook Studies, Government-driven, Successful Companies that stimulated the economic growth of the Choong-Chung province (충청광역경제권 선도산업 육성사업 성과사례집) February 8, 2011

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