Financial Times Recognizes Koh Young as FT500 High-Growth Company


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Once again, Koh Young Technology, the industry leader in True3D™ measurement-based inspection solutions, was recognized by the Financial Times as a FT500 High-Growth Company (Asia-Pacific). Established in 2002, Koh Young Technology pioneered a new market by launching the world’s first 3D Solder Paste Inspection (SPI) system using a patented dual-projection Moiré technique. Since then, we have become a global leader with our 3D measurement-based inspection equipment, as well as a solutions provider that performs a key role in quality management and process optimization for various industries. Based on this differentiated technological competitiveness, we have secured thousands of customers, while maintaining the largest global market share in the 3D SPI and 3D AOI markets.

With an aim to quickly respond to the needs of global customers, Koh Young Technology, which has its headquarters in South Korea, established overseas sites in eight countries: United States, Mexico, Germany (covering Europe), Japan, Singapore, China, Vietnam, and Canada. Currently, our overseas sites are the basis for sales and service networks. Overseas sites are actively carrying out R&D activities, matching the regional needs of each country.

Based on the unrivaled competitiveness of our 3D measurement-based inspection technology, Koh Young Technology has developed 3D Machining and Assembling Optical Inspection (MOI), 3D Dispensing Process Inspection (DPI), Semiconductor Packaging Inspection (MEISTER Series), and Medical Robotic System for Brain Surgeries (KYMERO), in addition to our pioneering 3D SPI and 3D AOI systems for inspecting Surface Mount Technology (SMT). By developing such technologies, Koh Young Technology will continue its expansion in new business areas. Additionally, through customer-centric innovative R&D activities, we will discover future business items and, by doing so, take the lead in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

If you want to learn why so many electronics manufacturers trust Koh Young for accurate measurement and inspection technologies, visit www.kohyoung.com to learn more about its best-in-class inspection solutions.

About Koh Young

Koh Young, the leading 3D measurement-based inspection solution provider, performs an essential role for quality control and process optimization across a growing set of industries including circuit board assembly, machining and assembly process manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, and medical. In addition to its corporate headquarters in Seoul, Koh Young has sales and support offices in Germany, Japan, Singapore, Penang, China, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. These local facilities ensure it keeps a close relationship with its growing customer base and provides them with access to a global network of inspection and measurement experts.

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