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MEMS & Sensors Fab Report to 2023
1 In the 12-year period from 2012 to 2023, the report lists 234 companies with 407 facilities including 307 volume fabs, 69 R&D facilities & Pilot lines, and 31 EPI facilities. 2 In 2023 Americas has most MEMS volume fabs (excluding R&Ds, Pilots and EPI) followed by Japan and Europe. 3 The industry is adding 10 new volume fabs (excluding EPI) between 2019 to 2023, bringing the number of volume fabs to 272 (for high probability fabs). 4 Installed capacity is expected to increase by 18% (over 700K wpm added) between 2019 to 2023 reaching over 4.7 million wpm (excluding R&Ds, Pilots and EPI). 5 Most of that capacity increase from 2019 to 2023 (excluding EPI and R&D/Pilots in 200mm equivalents) is image related devices with over 390K wpm, followed by MEMS related devices with about 290K wpm. This includes Foundries. 6 Between 2019 to 2023, most capacity increase ( (excluding EPI and R&D/Pilots) will be made in China with growth of 79%, followed by Korea with 19% and Japan and Taiwan each with 17% growth. 7 By 2023, Japan will continue to maintain the most fab capacity (excluding EPI and R&D/Pilots) with over 950K wpm, followed by Taiwan with over 800K wpm, and China with over 720K wpm. Korea is on 4th place with over 690K wpm followed by the Americas at about 600K wpm. 8 Yearly fab equipment spending dropped in 2019 by 27% (YoY) and is expected to gain by end of 2020 to 29% (YoY). 2021 is poised to be a record year with 38% (YoY) or US$ 5.4 billion. 9 Yearly fab equipment spending is expected to be about US 4.7 billion in each 2022 and 2023.
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