ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML employs more than 16,500 people.
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The technology used for the site and the security systems adopted are aimed at protecting your privacy against any unauthorized access.
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If you cannot see the entire page, use the scroll bar on the right-hand side of your screen to move up and down the page. The ASML logo takes you back to the homepage. Clicking on the "back" button of your browser's toolbar will return you to the previous page.
ASML.com navigation is divided in 2 parts: ASML corporate information (Company information, Products, Governance and Sustainability) and panels for specific audiences (My Panel, Press, Investors, Careers). The navigation the panels contain most relevant and latest information and are highly customisable. The "My Panels" tab can be used for creating your personal ASML homepage with the information that interests you most. The panels can be reordered by dragging and dropping. By clicking on the + sign in "My Panel", you can control which panels you see.
The black toolbar on the right side of the page gives you instant access to the sitemap, a glossary to look up technical terms, and the ability to share information on social media.
The toobar is customisable via the settings tab.
All pages (except the ASML homepage) have a "breadcrumb trail" at the top.
The breadcrumb shows where the page currently displayed sits on ASML.com. Each item in the breadcrumb is a link that allows you to access the parent pages.
You can access the sitemap by clicking on "sitemap" in the black toolbar that appears on the right side of every page. The sitemap gives you a hierarchical outline of the entire website and links to content pages and sections. It gives an overview of the first two levels. Clicking on the second level reveals the links to every page in that section.
The footer has five main navigation areas: Contact information, full website navigation, links to social media that ASML is active on, available languages and legal information.