Semiconductor Equipment Sales Leaders By Year

Semiconductor Equipment Sales Leaders By Year

This article lists the top 15 largest equipment semiconductor companies by sales leaders since 2006. An IC equipment supplier's revenue is classified as sales of systems used to manufacture semiconductors, thin-film heads, MEMs, integrated circuits, as well as service, support, and retrofitted systems. (Flat panel displays are not included)

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