Hanmi Semiconductor vice chairman Kwak Dong-shin said on Wednesday that the company was aiming for sales of 308 billion won in 2021.
This is 20% higher than its sales of 255.7 billion won in 2020, which was its highest ever.
The vice chairman said the year 2021 will be when the company makes a great leap forward.
Hanmi is expecting increased sales from outsourced semiconductor assembly and test (OSAT) companies, which are in turn seeing huge demand rise from foundry companies such as TSMC and UMC that are expanding their facilities.
Hanmi was currently exporting its equipment to companies such as ASE, SPIL, JCET, Amkor, HuaTian Technology and Tongfu Microelectronics.
Kwak said over 77% of the company’s export was coming from global OSAT companies and he expected explosive growth in the area this year.