Comet Group Receives Award for Test Services at Lab One


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Comet Group has been recognized with a 2018 Publisher’s Choice Award for its new Lab One technology and applications center in Silicon Valley. The award was presented to the company on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 in ceremony during SMTA International.

Lab One brings together RF Power, X-ray and CT applications, and ebeam technologies, along with a broad spectrum of expertise under one roof. This is a place dedicated exclusively to helping customers develop and test new applications and processes such as printed and flexible electronics

With the addition of Lab One, Comet Group is making further progress in the areas of innovation and collaboration. For example, the plasma chambers at Lab One allow customers to increase their knowledge about plasma behavior and as a result, develop better performing products in the semiconductor industry.

About Comet Group

The Comet Group is a globally leading, innovative Swiss technology company with a focus on X-ray, radio frequency and ebeam applications. With premium high-tech components and systems, we enable customers in numerous industries to both enhance the quality of their products and make their manufacturing more efficient and eco-friendly. Our innovative solutions under the Comet, Yxlon and ebeam brands are in demand for applications such as materials testing and security inspection, semiconductor manufacturing, coating and treatment of surfaces, and non-contact sterilization.

Based in Flamatt, Switzerland, the Comet Group has a presence in all world markets. We employ about 1,400 people worldwide, including almost 500 in Switzerland. Besides production facilities in China, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and the USA, we maintain various subsidiaries in the USA, China, Japan and Korea. Comet’s stock (COTN) is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

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