Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves joined Peter Wennink, CEO and President of Dutch Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturer ASML, at ASML’s Veldhoven headquarters to announce ASML’s $200 million expansion of their Wilton, Connecticut facility. ASML is the latest international company to make a significant investment in American semiconductor manufacturing during the Biden-Harris administration. ASML provides chipmakers with everything they need – hardware, software and services – to mass produce patterns on silicon. This allows companies to create microchips that power the modern digital age: smartphones, cars, laptops, data centers and much more. They are the only provider on the planet of this critical technology. Headquartered in the Netherlands, ASML Wilton is the largest R&D and manufacturing site for ASML in the U.S., with over 2,000 employees and $100 million already invested in cleanrooms, labs, and offices. Major U.S. customers include IBM, Intel and Micron.