Message from the President

New Tokyo Electron is committed to contribute to both industry and society.

The history of semiconductors started in 1947 with the invention of the transistor, and is now approaching its 70th-year milestone. In step with the advancement of semiconductors, remarkable improvements in social productivity and standards of living took place throughout the world. As we enter the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) in which everything gets connected via the Internet, semiconductors will play even more critical roles on a global scale, because semiconductor technologies are at the core of all major growth areas including healthcare, education, finance, automobile, aviation, aerospace, safety, and environment. Tokyo Electron’s semiconductor production equipment and flat panel display (FPD) production equipment, which forms the foundation for these industries, also serves as their core technologies that support innovations and enable the evolution of wide-ranging electronic devices.

Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL) set forth a new medium-term management plan in July 2015, with a new resolve to become "A real global company generating high added-value and profits to Semiconductor and FPD industries through innovative technologies and groundbreaking solutions with diverse integrated technologies." Upholding this vision, the Tokyo Electron group is highly motivated and dedicated to the pursuit of continued growth while seeking to maximize its business value. In keeping with the trust and expectations of the stakeholders, Tokyo Electron is determined to maintain and reinforce its transparent management practices in order to contribute to both industry and society. We appreciate your continued support for Tokyo Electron and look forward to sharing a brighter future with you.

Representative Director, President & CEO Toshiki Kawai

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