Newsletters - July 1999
SGT has now been in business since
1984. It seems like only yesterday that Jim Savage came back from
Fairchild in California and set up the business in the Semicomplex
premises in the old Singer building in Clydebank. Semicomplex and
the Singer building are no more but SGT is still here - we must
be doing something right. Jim now tells us that his second choice
business was to open an American style pizza parlour. Silicon Glen
We will be celebrating the company's 15th birthday on 1st August
1999. No doubt our 'celebration' will be in the local Pizza Hut
to remind Jim of what might have been.
We are pleased to inform you that we have new products to offer
Trebor unveiled a CMP slurry pump at Semicon West. The pump
has been specifically designed to avoid the inherent problems in
Chang-Min Tech's 4-point probe systems were developed in
conjunction with the Korean Institute of Standards.
These systems which are extensively used in Korea can be either
manual or fully automatic. They really do look very impressive;
simple and elegant - an unusual combination for wafer fab equipment.
of chamber cleaning
power coupling into plasma
of test and monitor wafers
We are very pleased to announce two new additions to our sales
staff. Many of you will already know both of them:
Christine Cusack has been in the industry for 19 years and has
held senior positions with Siemens, Motorola, Lam Research and EKC.
You may know her as Christine Stewart.
David Irving returns to SGT after a 3-year detour with Brooks
Instruments. Prior to Brooks David was with us for 7 years and in
the distant past was a process engineer with Motorola.