Teledyne e2v Semiconductors has reported that they have laid the foundation of its semiconductor’s assembly and test clean room at the factory.
The first stone was laid to launch the upgrade work of the semiconductor’s assembly and test clean room at the factory near Grenoble, France.
This project is named “GECkO” which stands for “Growth Efficiency by Cleanroom Optimization”.
Teledyne e2v Semiconductors is a manufacturer of high-performance & high-reliability electronic components. All products such as microprocessors, data converters, and imagery solutions are marketed worldwide, for industrial, medical, civil and military avionics applications, and space.
The actual assembly and test cleanroom measures 2000 m² and has been created in 1989. This upgrade will allow optimizing production flows while enhancing the principle of Lean manufacturing to increase competitiveness. Manufacturers use Lean manufacturing principles to eliminate waste, optimize processes, cut costs, and boost innovation based on the understanding of customer needs.
This project will also reduce our environmental impact with an energy-efficient room and will be adaptive to prepare for new technologies and offer an improved quality of work-life to employees.
The GECkO project was launched in March 2019 and is a real business project, which includes a multidisciplinary team working in collaborative mode on a 3D model of the future clean room. After elaborating the pre-study, choosing the ideal location and selecting optimal service providers, the works are now starting. They will take place in three phases to maintain production and ensure continuous product delivery for all customers. Phase 1, lasting about a year, covers the first half of the new room.
This investment illustrates the confidence placed by the Teledyne group and its desire to develop manufacturing activities on the Grenoble France site.