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Bosch Opens New Semiconductor Plant In Malaysia

Bosch, a leading global supplier of technology and services, today officially opened one of the Asia’s most advanced semiconductor backend sites in Penang for the final testing of its automotive chips and sensors.

Until the middle of the 2030s, Bosch intends to invest around 350 million EUR (RM1.62 billion) in the site. With the opening, the company continues to systematically reinforce its semiconductor business and manufacturing footprint to meet global chip demand.

The fully connected backend site is one of Asia’s most advanced facilities that focuses on final testing of semiconductors and sensors for mobility applications. Spanning a land size of 100,000 square metres, the new site covers around 18,000 square metres of clean rooms, office space, and Research and development (R&D) laboratories for up to 400 associates.

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