TSMC sprints the 2024 mass production target of the new Arizona plant

TSMC is sprinting to the 2024 mass production target of its new plant in Arizona, USA, and strengthening manpower recruitment and scheduling. According to TSMC's plan, the number of employees at the plant will increase to 2,000 in 2023, doubling this year's figure.

TSMC's new plant in Arizona will start construction in April 2021, and it is expected to hold an equipment arrival event on the 6th of this month. According to a document from TSMC, the new plant is expected to be commercialized in December 2023.

In this public document, TSMC proposed for the first time the staffing plan for the new US factory. Arizona currently has more than 1,000 employees and expatriates, which will increase to 2,000 in 2023.

TSMC is planning a new plant to produce semiconductor chips with 5nm process technology, with a monthly production capacity of 20,000 wafers, creating more than 1,600 professional job opportunities. The new plant in Arizona will be TSMC's largest and most advanced production base in the United States.

TSMC said that a large part of its 70,000 employees worldwide is well-trained engineers with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) related degrees.

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