High-end technologies in a rapidly innovating market

Aalberts is a longstanding partner of the innovation driven Semicon & Science market. With shrinking process geometries, new structural elements and a major increase in substrate size, the challenges to improving process yield and overall throughput have increased exponentially. These demands drive a stringent requirement for system stability and overall immunity from internal and external forces.

We have a leading position in the Semicon & Science market with vibration technology and automation, high purity gas systems, engineering and manufacturing of high-grade frames and vacuum system technology. On top of that, we offer engineering knowledge and heat and surface treatments and we invest ongoingly in additional engineering capacity in order to assist our customers with their challenges.

Our partnerships with all main players in this industry stimulate us to constantly search for new techniques and we go to the limits of what is achievable. Aalberts has the flexibility and financial power to partner this market with its extreme fluctuations.

Market facts

semicon & science

6% of total revenue
3 countries
6 business locations

Strategy in action

Best practices in semicon & science

TMSU high-tech lifting tool for ASML

TMSU high-tech lifting tool for ASML

The TMSU is a high-tech lifting tool that enables ASML to service the NXE vacuum chamber. The ability to do heavy lifting while creating minimal particle contamination is the ultimate challenge this device fulfils.

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Our footprint

We operate from 6 business locations in 3 countries

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HermannStrasse 9-13
65479 Raunheim
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Mazzeo Drive 68
United States of America
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De Vlotkampweg 38
6545 AG Nijmegen
The Netherlands
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Industrieweg 9
8084 GS 't Harde
The Netherlands
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Dirk Storklaan 75
2132 PX Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
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High Tech Campus 68
5656 AG Eindhoven
The Netherlands