Sekidenko was acquired by Advanced Energy Industries on August 18, 2000


Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, electronics ranked 24 in number of deals in 2000. The largest electronics acquisition in 2000 was Hughes - Space and Communications Business - which was acquired by The Boeing for $3.8B.

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Sekidenko, Inc.

2501 SE Columbia Way,
Vancouver, Washington 98661
United States,
(360) 694-7871

Sekidenko, Inc., is a supplier of optical-fiber thermometers for the semiconductor capital industry for use in measuring the temperature of semiconductor wafers during the manufacturing process.

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