GT Advanced Tech wins $336M deal to supply Malaysian facility

GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) signs a $336M deal to supply Cosmos Chemicals Berhad with equipment and technology for a 25,0000 metric ton annual (MTA) polysilicon facility in Sarawak, Malaysia.

The size of the deal compares with the almost $300M in revenue that GT generated in 2013, although the time element for the order doesn't appear to have been provided.

It's also worth pointing out that Cosmos Chemicals Berhad needs to secure final financing for the project. (PR)

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  • SANAYA85
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    This is great news, it seem that the sapphire is way too important than the PV business, because the market is not reacting so great...
    Keep with the diversify GTAT!
    11 Mar 2014, 11:37 AM Reply Like
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