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1719 Oct 2012
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Vacuum Industry Association and The Vacuum Society of Japan
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Vacuum 2012

This year will mark the 34th Vacuum 2012. This historical exhibition should be the world's largest exhibition for professionals in the vacuum equipment industry. We sincerely appreciate your support and cooperation for so many years for such a large-scale exhibition. Vacuum technology is a fundamental technology for a wide range of industries—food products, medical services, analytical instruments, and the currently much-talked-about new energy and environmental fields, in addition to semiconductors, FPD, and electronics. Every year, many people attend Vacuum 2012 from a wide range of industries, universities, and research institutes in order to discover new vacuum-related technology. Vacuum 2012 matches needs with seeds, develops new industry fields, and offers business opportunities. Furthermore, the organizer plans seminars and attractive concurrent events every year to satisfy the needs of a wide range of visitors.