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Entegris new $600M Colorado Springs plant to need 600 workers

Semiconductor Supplier to Spend $600M on Colorado Springs Plant

Entegris plans to build a new high tech manufacturing and distribution plant in Colorado Springs.

“Our new U.S. manufacturing center of excellence has the potential to create approximately 600 new jobs over several years, doubling Entegris’ presence in Colorado, with the potential to continue to expand over time”, says Entegris Bertrand Loy.

The new facility will initially support production for Entegris’ Microcontamination Control (MC) and Advanced Materials Handling (AMH) divisions, which develop critical products used to manufacture semiconductors. The facility is targeted to begin initial commercial operations in mid-2024. Entegris expects to invest approximately $600 million in the construction of the facility over the next several years, subject to receipt of appropriate approvals and state and local incentives. The new campus will be built in phases, with a 100,000-square-foot facility in its initial phase. Incentives for Entegris will include land and building costs.


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