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Semiconductor equipment sales leaders by year

This article lists the top 15 largest equipment semiconductor companies by sales leaders since 2006. An IC equipment supplier's revenue is classified as sales of systems used to manufacture semiconductors, thin-film heads, MEMs, integrated circuits, as well as service, support, and retrofitted systems. (Flat panel displays are not included)

Contents

  • Top 10 Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment Vendors by Revenue (Millions of U.S. Dollars) 1
    • Ranking for year 2013 1.1
  • VLSI Research Inc analysis report 2
    • Ranking for year 2011 2.1
    • Ranking for year 2009 2.2
    • Ranking for year 2008 2.3
    • Ranking for year 2007 2.4
    • Ranking for year 2006 2.5
  • Secondary Semiconductor Equipment Providers 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Top 10 Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment Vendors by Revenue (Millions of U.S. Dollars)

Ranking for year 2013

Source : [1]

Rank Company 2013 Market Share (%) Revenue
2013 2012 (million $USD)
1 1 Applied Materials 16.2 5,460.1
2 2 ASML 15.7 5,302.8
3 4 Lam Research 9.4 3,163.
4 3 Tokyo Electron 9.1 3,057.1
5 5 KLA-Tencor 6.4 2,163.4
6 6 Dainippon Screen 3.6 1,222.7
7 8 Hitachi High-Technologies 2.6 862.0
8 7 Advantest 2.5 844.8
9 11 Teradyne 2.4 822.0
10 9 Nikon 1.9 636.3
Others 30.3 10,243.5
Total Market 100.0 33,778.0

VLSI Research Inc analysis report

Ranking for year 2011

Source : VLSI Research Inc supplied rankings for 2011

Rank Company Country of origin Sales
2011 2010 (million $USD)
1 - ASML Netherlands 7,877.1
2 - Applied Materials USA 7,437.8
3 - Tokyo Electron Japan 6,203.3
4 - KLA Tencor USA 3,106.6
5 - Lam Research USA 2,804.1
6 - Dainippon Screen Japan 2,104.9
7 - Nikon Japan 1,645.5
8 - Advantest Japan 1,446.7
9 - ASM International Netherlands 1443.0
10 - Novellus Systems USA 1,318.7
11 - Hitachi High-Tech Japan 1,138.7
12 - Teradyne USA 1,106.2
13 - Varian Semiconductor USA 1096.3
14 - Hitachi Kokusai Electronic Japan 838.4
15 - kulicke & soffa USA 780.9

Ranking for year 2009

Source : VLSI Research Inc supplied rankings for 2009

Rank Company Country of origin Revenue
2009 2008 (million $USD)
1 1 Applied Materials USA 3,597
2 3 Tokyo Electron Japan 2,324
3 2 ASML Netherlands 2,268
4 6 Nikon Japan 1,547
5 4 KLA Tencor USA 1323
6 5 Lam Research USA 1,198
7 9 Dainippon Screen Japan 805
8 11 ASM International Netherlands 690
9 10 Novellus Systems USA 582
10 12 Teradyne USA 552
11 8 Hitachi High-Tech Japan 474
12 13 Advantest Japan 416
13 18 Aixtron Germany 412
14 14 Varian Semiconductor USA 396
15 15 Verigy Singapore 333

Ranking for year 2008

Source : VLSI Research Inc supplied rankings for 2008

Rank Company Country of origin Revenue
2008 2007 (million $USD)
1 1 Applied Materials USA 5,878
2 3 ASML Netherlands 4,367
3 2 Tokyo Electron Japan 4,343
4 4 KLA Tencor USA 2,112
5 5 Lam Research USA 1,904
6 6 Nikon Japan 1,742
7 11 Canon Japan 1,090
8 9 Hitachi High-Tech Japan 1,056
9 10 Dainippon Screen Japan 1,041
10 8 Novellus Systems USA 970
11 12 ASM International Netherlands 961
12 14 Teradyne USA 925
13 7 Advantest Japan 884
14 13 Varian Semiconductor USA 687
15 15 Verigy Singapore 606

Ranking for year 2007

Source : VLSI Research Inc supplied rankings for 2007

Rank Company Country of origin Revenue
2007 2006 (million $USD)
1 1 Applied Materials USA 8,525
2 2 Tokyo Electron Japan 6,291
3 3 ASML Netherlands 5,145
4 4 KLA Tencor USA 2,771
5 5 Lam Research USA 2,624
6 7 Nikon Japan 2,148
7 6 Advantest Japan 1,657
8 8 Novellus Systems USA 1,510
9 11 Hitachi High-Tech Japan 1,385
10 9 Dainippon Screen Japan 1,330
11 10 Canon Japan 1,309
12 13 ASM International Netherlands 1,172
13 13 Varian Semiconductor USA 1,074
14 12 Teradyne USA 877
15 15 Verigy Singapore 761

Ranking for year 2006

Source : VLSI Research Inc supplied rankings for 2006

Rank Company Country of origin Revenue
2006 2005 (million $USD)
1 - Applied Materials USA 8,557
2 - Tokyo Electron Japan 5,030
3 - ASML Netherlands 4,538
4 - KLA Tencor USA 2,349
5 - Lam Research USA 2,201
6 - Advantest Japan 1,907
7 - Nikon Japan 1,881
8 - Novellus Systems USA 1,637
9 - Dainippon Screen Japan 1,323
10 - Canon Japan 1,288
11 - Hitachi High-Tech Japan 1,264
12 - Teradyne USA 1,089
13 - ASM International Netherlands 968
14 - Varian Semiconductor USA 786
15 - Verigy (1) Singapore 375
  • (1) Agilent Technologies spun off their semiconductor test business to Verigy in June 2006.
    Verigy’s total revenues for 2006 also included part of semiconductor testing from Agilent Technologies for the first half of 2006.


Secondary Semiconductor Equipment Providers

In addition to the market leaders listed above, there is a large market for used or secondary semiconductor equipment. A number of companies provide secondary semiconductor equipment and/or refurbish semiconductor tools. For example, RED Equipment ($50M+ sales in 2011) provides secondary semiconductor equipment, parts and services including equipment remarketing, de-installation, relocation, refurbishment, installation. Whereas other companies provide some of these services or services for particular tool sets, RED Equipment is unique in that it works on a turnkey 'project process', providing the full range of services for virtually all 200 mm tool sets. 1231

See also

References

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