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Last update 10 July 2021

Description of economic activities

Manufacture of electronic components (NACE2 2611)

This company is one of the world's leading providers of advanced semiconductor solutions. It is engaged in the manufacture and marketing of dynamic random-access memories (DRAM), flash memory, complimentary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors, other semiconductor components, and memory modules for use in leading-edge computing, consumer, networking, server, mobile, and automotive products. It was established in 1978 and has its registered headquarters located in Boise, Idaho.The company's products are offered in a variety of packages and configuration options, architectures and performance characteristics. It provides synchronous DRAM (SDRAM), double data rate (DDR) SDRAM, DDR2, and reduced latency DRAM (RLDRAM memory) architectures for use in various applications such as PCs (personal computer), PDAs (Personal digital assistants), MP3 players, servers, switches and routers. It also provides Mobile SDRAM and CellularRAMTT devices for consumer and mobile products. The company's NAND (nonvolatile solid state memory) flash devices target the removable storage, digital music player, and mobile handset products. Its CMOS image sensor solutions target the mobile handset, PC camera, PC video camera, digital still camera and emerging medical, automotive and security applications. The company has operations in approximately 19 countries to provide design, manufacturing, and sales and support to customers on a worldwide basis. It has wholly owned wafer fabrication facilities in Boise, Idaho; Manassas, Virginia; Avezzano, Italy; Nishiwaki City, Japan; wholly owned assembly and test operations in Boise, Idaho and Singapore; and memory module assembly operations in Boise, Idaho; Singapore; East Kilbride, Scotland, United Kingdom; and Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. The company also has operations in Kanata, Canada; Giesshuebl, Austria; Paris, France; Munich and Berlin, Germany; Erd, Hungary; Virginia, County Cavan, Ireland; Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden; Vantaa, Finland; Tokyo, Osaka, and Tsukuba, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; Taipei, Taiwan; Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Fujian, China; and Bangalore, India. The company aims to be the most efficient and innovative global manufacturer of advanced solid state semiconductor solutions.

  • United States of America (US)
  • Company type: Corporate
  • Parent company: N/A
  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO): Mr Robert E. Switz
  • CEO Total remuneration: 464.825,002
  • Website:

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  • RepRisk Indicator (last month):  11

Social dialog

  • Transnational Corporate Agreement (TCA): N/A
  • Global Framework Agreement (GFA): N/A
  • Societas Europaea (SE): N/A
  • Bangladesh Accord: N/A

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Standards and certifications

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  • CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project): N/A
  • Modern Slavery Statement: N/A
  • Transparency Index: N/A
  • SA8000 Social Accountability: N/A
  • Integrated report: N/A
  • ISO26000: N/A
  • OECD Guidelines: N/A
  • Social Development Goals (SDGs): N/A

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Universal declarations

Declarations and treaties recognised by the country where the company has its registered office

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
  • European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR):
  • Charter of Fundamental Rights of CDFL Workers (Strasbourg Charter 1989):
  • Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union EU CFR (Nice Charter 2000):
  • Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union TFEU:
  • Registered office in an OECD country:
  • ILO C029 - Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29):
  • ILO C087 - Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention, 1948 (No. 87):
  • ILO C098 - Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98):
  • ILO C100 - Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No. 100):
  • ILO C105 - Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105):
  • ILO C111 - Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No. 111):
  • ILO C138 - Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138):
  • ILO C182 - Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182):

Directives applied in the company offices in EU 27

  • D. 80/987/EEC: N/A
  • D. 89/391/EEC: N/A
  • D. 98/59/EC: N/A
  • D. 2000/43/EC: N/A
  • D. 2000/78/EC: N/A
  • D. 2001/23/EC: N/A
  • Council D. 2001/86/EC: N/A
  • D. 2002/14/EC: N/A
  • D. 2002/73/EC: N/A
  • Council D. 2003/72/EC: N/A
  • EP and Council D. 2005/56/EC: N/A
  • D. 2009/38/EC: N/A
  • D. 2004/25/EC: N/A
  • D. 2011/35/EU: N/A

Presence in main rankings

  • Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations: N/A
  • Global CSR Rep Trak 100: N/A
  • BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable US Brands: N/A
  • The Worlds Best Multinational Workplaces: N/A
  • The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25: N/A
  • The Worlds Most Innovative Companies: N/A
  • The Diversity Inc Top 50 Companies: N/A
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Latest news about micron technology inc

25 March 2020 - 12:00

Computer chip makers seek U.S. permission to work during pandemic

A group representing major U.S. semiconductor companies on Wednesday said it was working with federal officials to make clear to state and local officials overseeing lockdowns that chip companies are essential businesses that should continue operations.

In a blog post, the Semiconductor Industry Association, which represents chipmakers with major U.S. factories such as Intel Corp and Micron Technology Inc, said it was working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to refine the guidance sent to state and local officials last week.

› source:  Reuters