Orbotech Recognised As Deloitte Fast 50 Company
Process technology company becomes one of the 'Next Generation of Titans'
Orbotech, a provider of process equipment and technologies, has been recognised as a Deloitte Technology Fast 50 company, a select group of fast growing, innovative Israeli companies. Dubbed the 'Next Generation of Titans' Deloitte Fast 50 2016 companies are distinguished by their market understanding and sustained revenue growth over the last four years (2012-2015).
"Orbotech technology enables the production of virtually every electronic device in the world," said Asher Levy, CEO at Orbotech. "We play an integral role in the manufacture of smart mobile devices - from smartphones to flat panel displays, from automotive electronics to flexible and wearable devices. Our success and our customers' success are a result of collaborative and aggressive innovation in response to fast-paced market demands. We are pleased to be recognized as a Deloitte Technology Fast 50 company for our continued efforts to enable the delivery of leading-edge technology to the market."
"Being one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Israel is an exceptional achievement. We applaud Orbotech for making the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 with an outstanding growth rate over the last four years," said Shally Tshuva, partner in charge of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Program.
Through its Semiconductor Device division SPTS, Orbotech provides etch, deposition and thermal equipment and process solutions used by manufacturers of LED, high speed RF on GaAs, power management devices and advanced packaging, and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
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