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Japanese suppliers accounted for more than 50 percent of global FPD equipment revenue over the three year period of 2017 through 2019, according to IHS Markit | Technology, now a part of Informa Tech. In comparison, South Korean firms held about a 25 percent share, while suppliers from the United States and other regions accounted for the remaining revenue.
Japan has managed to maintain its leadership in critical equipment used to make FPDs, despite the fact that the country is no longer a major player in the production of displays. Japan in 2019 accounted for just 5 percent of global FPD capacity, down from 22 percent in 2004.

The photolithography and evaporation segments represent a major portion of the FPD equipment business, accounting for about 20 percent of total market revenue.
Japan’s Canon and Nikon accounted for almost 98 percent of the array and touch on thin film encapsulation (TFE) photolithography market for the three years from 2017 to 2019. Canon Tokki accounted for 55 percent and ULVAC had 11 percent of the evaporation market during the same period.
Furthermore, Japanese equipment companies that supplied Sharp’s Gen 10 fab starting in 2008 are positioned to win business in the current G10.5 expansion wave in China.

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