Amtech To Exhibit At The 26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference And Exhibition In Hamburg, Germany September 5-9 (Booth A1/C27)
Amtech Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASYS), a global supplier of production and
automation systems and related supplies for the manufacture of solar
cells, semiconductors, and sapphire and silicon wafers, today announced
Amtech Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASYS), a global supplier of production and automation systems and related supplies for the manufacture of solar cells, semiconductors, and sapphire and silicon wafers, today announced that the Company, along with its solar subsidiary, Tempress Systems, Inc., will exhibit (Booth A1/C27) at the 26 th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition taking place September 5-9, 2011 in Hamburg, Germany at the CCH Congress Centre and International Fair. The European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition is the leading science-to-science, business-to-business and science-to-industry forum for the global PV solar energy sector. The show expects over 950 exhibitors and more than 40,000 trade visitors from 100 countries in Hamburg’s International Fair Hamburg from September 5th through 8th, and CCH Congress Centre from September 5th through 9th. http://www.photovoltaic-conference.comAbout Amtech Amtech Systems, Inc. manufactures capital equipment, including silicon wafer handling automation, thermal processing equipment and related consumables used in fabricating solar cells, LED and semiconductor devices. Semiconductors, or semiconductor chips, are fabricated on silicon wafer substrates, sliced from ingots, and are part of the circuitry, or electronic components, of many products including solar cells, computers, telecommunications devices, automotive products, consumer goods, and industrial automation and control systems. The Company’s wafer handling, thermal processing and consumable products currently address the diffusion, oxidation, and deposition steps used in the fabrication of solar cells, LEDs, semiconductors, MEMS and the polishing of newly sliced silicon wafers.