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Fact Sheet

Who is ASML?
  • One of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment and a key supplier to the chip industry. ASML designs, develops, integrates and services advanced systems to produce semiconductors. In short, it makes the machines that print the chips
  • A global company founded in 1984 and headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands
  • A public company, traded on both Euronext Amsterdam and NASDAQ stock exchanges under the symbol ASML
  • Employer of more than 13,500 people on payroll and flexible contracts (expressed in full time equivalents, as of Mar 31, 2014)

 
Where is ASML located?

  • Over 70 locations in 16 countries around the world, including:
  • R&D and manufacturing facilities in the Netherlands, the United States and Taiwan
  • Sales and customer support offices in Belgium, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States
  • Training facilities in Asia and Europe

What are ASML’s financial results?

Q4 2013FY 2013Q1 2014
Net sales in million EUR1,8485,2451,397
Net income/loss in million EUR4811,015249
Number of systems sold5615740

Who are ASML’s customers?
  • ASML supplies most of the world's major chip manufacturers:
  • World’s largest memory company – Samsung
  • World’s largest microprocessor company - Intel
  • World's largest foundry (made-to-order chipmaker) - TSMC.

ASML shipments based on revenue in Q1 2014

  • 75% of all products go to customers in Asia
  • 25% of all products go to customers in the US
Who are ASML’s suppliers?
  • ASML has several hundred suppliers including leading high tech companies such as Agilent, Carl Zeiss SMT and VDL Groep
  • ASML outsources the manufacturing of the majority of components and subassemblies that make up its lithography products. Up to 90% of the total system costs are supplied externally. This allows for more focus on its core competences: design and integration of its systems.
How does ASML report its environmental and business responsibilities?
  • ASML publishes an annual sustainability report
  • A Code of Conduct determines behavior towards employees, customers, shareholders, suppliers and communities.

Page updated on 2014-4-16 8:50

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