Be part of progress

We make machines that make chips; the hearts of the devices that keep us informed, entertained and safe; that improve our quality of life and help to tackle the world’s toughest problems.

We build some of the most amazing machines that you will ever see, and make sure our customers around the world get the maximum out of them. Never satisfied, we measure our performance in units that begin with pico or nano.

Support our customers…all over the world

Understanding customers, their challenges and their needs, is the key to success in any business, even more so in an industry that keeps pushing technology forward. 
Our customer support teams are the face of ASML. Wherever in the world our customers produce chips, you will find our customer support engineers close-by.

Working in customer support

  • Diversity within one job.
  • Field testing product.
  • Travel to customers all over the world.
  • Direct contact with customers.

Job diversity customer support

As a Customer Support Engineer, you might be asked to field-test new systems and optimize them to suit the customer’s working conditions. The next day, you could be analyzing the customer’s own chip manufacturing processes to find that extra one percent of yield improvement that puts it ahead of its rivals. Or you could be involved in designing new systems from the earliest stages, using your day-to-day experience of customers' needs and working environments to ensure our designs are easy to service and deliver the right features.

Travel the world

The department employs around 2,500 people in sites across the world. Three regional centers, in Europe, Asia and North America, offer front-line support. They are assisted by the central Customer Support office in Veldhoven, which specializes in logistics, engineering (technical solutions and training) and application support (analyzing and optimizing customers’ processes).

Sarah Noonan Install Engineer
We use the latest in remote diagnostic and servicing tools, but personal visits to customer sites are still essential. So you’ll be traveling a lot. Sarah Noonan, Install Engineer

Job opportunities

See how you can be part of progress with your background in Physics, Optics, Electronics, Micro-electronics, Chemical Engineering or IC manufacturing.


The evidence is adding up: soft skills are becoming increasingly important in the workplace. They are especially crucial in customer service departments. Read what our recruiter for Customer Support explains about it.

Customer support