Applied Materials Europe

Make Possible a Better Future


Applied Materials Europe brings together a diverse set of languages, cultures and countries to serve and enable our customers in the region to achieve their large ambitions. As a global leader in the semiconductor industry, we bring vast experience and deep expertise to local Applied operations. We strengthen and help advance semiconductor manufacturing and development to leverage unique business opportunities.

Our innovations Make Possible a Better Future.

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Applied Europe at a Glance

We work closely with our customers as strategic partners in ten countries across Europe. Facilitating progress through long-term relationships, and delivering the expertise, technology and services that bring their ideas and innovations to life.  We develop new processes, design the systems, and improvise better solutions for the production of next-generation microchips, devices, displays, advanced coating systems and more. 








Main Offices


Sales, Service and Field Support Offices


Research and Development Sites


Manufacturing Facilities

Our Focus

Customer and Product Support

Our operations in Europe cover a variety of functions, including engineering, manufacturing, state-of-the-art research, and both remote and on-site services and maintenance, as well as sales and support. We also provide our customers with access to expertise from our global network. By utilising our vast supply chain and technical know-how, we help our customers uncover exciting new innovations and achieve immense value from their initiatives.


Industry/Academia Partnerships

We promote a thriving innovation network through collaborative research and development projects with top universities and research institutes, for instance, the School of Informatics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), the Minatec Grenoble Innovation Cluster (France) and the IMEC International R&D and Innovation hub (Belgium).

We support the EU Chips Act and believe in the initiative of a unified EU legislation to help increase the region’s chip capabilities amid booming demand across all sectors of the economy. Dedicated to developing initiatives in collaboration with industry, academia, and the government, we’re a deeply involved member of Horizon Europe, the EU’s key funding programme for research and innovation. We contribute our knowledge and learnings and are an active part of the Key Digital Technologies Joint Undertaking – a Public-Private Partnership for R&D and Innovation. 

Everyday Innovation

Making an Impact

Applied Materials Europe is deeply dedicated to creating a positive impact on the world around us. Our global strategy to increase sustainability, social progress, and environmental well-being is centered on:

  • Lead with Purpose
  • Invest in People
  • Protect our Planet
  • Innovate for Progress


Our strategy is built around three key pillars. It considers our direct impact and how we run our business (1X), our industry’s impact and those of our customers and suppliers (100X), and how our technology can be used to advance sustainability on a global scale (10,000X).

Diversity and Inclusion

In addition, Applied Materials Europe has taken an active role in philanthropic initiatives aimed at addressing issues such as hunger, supporting families in need, promoting equality for the LGBTQ+ community, improving the lives of children with disabilities, and helping those affected by the war in Ukraine.

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We are an active member of DigitalEurope, a leading trade association that is aiding the digital transformation of industries across Europe. As a united force, we help shape industry policy on legislative matters and drive the development and implementation of important EU policies. We also play a critical role in SEMI, an industry association that is responsible for innovations in materials, design, equipment, software, devices, and services that enable smarter, faster, more powerful, and more affordable electronic products.

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We interact with government officials, elected representatives and candidates to advocate for the company, our stakeholders, and the business and trade associations to which we belong. These efforts, led by the Government Affairs group, aim to help shape public policy on issues that affect our business and increase opportunities across the entire industry.

At Applied Materials, we are committed to our ethical and behavioural principles in the course of our work with the EU institutions as set out in the Code of conduct annexed to the Inter-institutional Agreement between the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission on a mandatory transparency register.  Applied Materials is registered in the Joint Transparency Register (No. 583393138546-76).