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Rutronik attends opening of new Nanya headquarters

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New headquarters for Rutronik’s franchise partner, the Nanya Technology Corporation: The company officially opened its new headquarters with an adjacent factory in the Taishan district of New Taipei on August 1. Andreas Mangler, Head of Strategic Marketing, represented Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH at this festive inauguration.

With the construction of its new production plant, this Taiwanese manufacturer of DRAM memory solutions has switched its production to 20nm technology, allowing them to produce up to 38,000 wafers each month.The total capacity of the production plant is 68,000 wafers per month. Modernization will enable the productio nof an entire product line with DDR4 and LPDDR4x for use in smart car, smart home, smart office and Industry 4.0 applications.

 

Andreas Mangler, Head of Strategic Marketing at Rutronik, was among the roughly 200 invited guests at the exclusive inauguration ceremony. The guests also included Taiwan's then-Prime Minister Lin Chuan, Minister of Education Wen-Chung Pan and the Mayor of Taipei Ko Wen-je. The event provided an excellent opportunity to meet with Nanya's top management and with decision makers at the highest echelons of government.

 

Superb Partnership

"I had the opportunity to hold some very interesting and informative discussions at the inauguration event," explained Mangler. The invitation to this exclusive, prominently attended celebration was a great honor, the Head of Strategic Marketing went on to say. During the celebration, Mangler accepted an award in recognition of the partnership between Rutronik and Nanya. "We aim to support our strong partner Nanya in achieving further growth on the market and are confident that we will achieve this with our global distribution network."

New Nanya Headquarters
Photo (Source: Rutronik): Jean-Louis Freart (Managing Director Nanya Technology Europe), Andreas Mangler (Rutronik) and Rex Chen (Senior Director Global Sales Group) (from left)