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CSK Participates in 'Flower Bucket Challenge'

A campaign to help flower farmers

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June 2, 2020

Lee Sung-min, General Manager of CSK, the largest company in Korea's gas abatement market share, participated in the 'Flower Bucket Challenge' to help flower farmers suffering from COVID-19.

The 'Relay Campaign to Help Flower Farmers', which was launched by the Seoul Metropolitan Government in February, is an event to support flower farmers whose sales have plummeted due to the cancellation of various events due to COVID-19, and many people are participating. Lee participated through the nomination of General Manager of Edwards Korea Jason Yun.

CSK is a company that manufactures gas abatement equipment (Abatement), which treats toxic gases emitted from the semiconductor manufacturing process, and PDS (Precursor Delivery System) equipment, which safely supplies high-purity liquid chemicals used in the semiconductor process. We have been carrying out various social contribution activities (CSR) such as blood donation events to help children.

Sung-min Lee, who presented carnation pots to the 150 employees with less than two years of employment and their parents who are taking their first steps into social life during difficult times due to COVID-19, said, "The Flower Bucket Challenge is aimed at overcoming the crisis through good consumption. “I find it meaningful to be able to participate, and I believe that we will overcome the current crisis together, just as we have all overcome numerous crises.”

Lee Sung-min nominated Ahn Boong-hyuk, CEO of UCT Korea, a supplier of various valves and fittings for semiconductors and displays, as the next runner.

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