24 min

S2 Ep.33 - Arabinda "AB" Ghosh, Chairman and CEO - Hemlock Semiconductor Operations The Michigan Opportunity

    • Entrepreneurship

The ever evolving and fast paced world of Semiconductors is happening in Mid-Michigan with our own Hemlock Semiconductor Operations. AB Ghosh, Chairman and CEO, has a plan — listen in!
 Join our guest Arabinda “AB” Ghosh, Chairman and CEO, of Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) is the largest producer of polysilicon in the United States. Owned by Corning Inc. and Shin-Etsu Handotai, HSC was founded in 1961, and named after Hemlock, Michigan, the location of its factory. HSC currently ranks among the top six major producers of polysilicon worldwide. AB comes with a world of experience in the international, corporate and business sectors.  He focuses on the future of this industry and how it fits into the global economy of manufacturing — all through their Michigan operations. You can also read the transcript from our conversation.

The ever evolving and fast paced world of Semiconductors is happening in Mid-Michigan with our own Hemlock Semiconductor Operations. AB Ghosh, Chairman and CEO, has a plan — listen in!
 Join our guest Arabinda “AB” Ghosh, Chairman and CEO, of Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) is the largest producer of polysilicon in the United States. Owned by Corning Inc. and Shin-Etsu Handotai, HSC was founded in 1961, and named after Hemlock, Michigan, the location of its factory. HSC currently ranks among the top six major producers of polysilicon worldwide. AB comes with a world of experience in the international, corporate and business sectors.  He focuses on the future of this industry and how it fits into the global economy of manufacturing — all through their Michigan operations. You can also read the transcript from our conversation.

24 min