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Renesas Electronics Isuues Notice Regarding Semiconductor Manufacturing Factory (Naka Factory) Fire
Renesas Electronics Corp is a Japan-based semiconductor manufacturer mainly engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, sale and servicing of semiconductor products. The Company operates in two business segments. The Automotive segment is engaged in vehicle control business which provides semiconductors for controlling the engine and body of automobiles, and vehicle information business which provides semiconductors for in-vehicle information devices such as car navigation systems. The segment mainly provides microcontrollers, system-on-chip (SoC), analog semiconductors and power semiconductors. The Industry, Infrastructure and Internet of Things (IoT) segment is engaged in the industry business that supports the smart society, the infrastructure business and IoT business. The segment mainly provides microcontrollers, SoCs and analog semiconductors. The Company is also engaged in the development and contracted production of semiconductors.
Toyosu Foresia, 3-2-24, Toyosu
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Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of IoT & Infrastructure Business
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Renesas Electronics Corp, a major supplier of automotive semiconductors, said on Monday it plans to restore lost production capacity at its fire damaged plant by end-May after restarting production on Saturday.
Japan's Renesas Electronics resumed production on Saturday at a chip plant that had been damaged in a fire, worsening a global shortage of semiconductors used in cars, smartphones and appliances.
Renesas Electronics Corp will resume production at a chip-making factory in eastern Japan that suffered a fire last month by April 19, the Asahi newspaper reported on Friday.
Japanese chipmaker Renesas Electronics Corp is set to shift some production to a factory in the southwestern prefecture of Ehime after a fire damaged a factory in northeast Japan, public broadcaster NHK said on Tuesday.
A Renesas Electronics executive told a shareholders' meeting on Wednesday that while a recent fire at its chipmaking plant would have an immense impact on its finances in the short term, the medium-term impact will be limited.
The chief financial officer at Japan's Renesas Electronics Corp told a shareholders meeting on Wednesday that while a fire at its chipmaking plant would have immense impact on short-term finances, the medium-term impact will be limited.
Japanese chipmaker Renesas Electronics said on Tuesday it would take at least 100 days to get back to normal production at its fire-hit plant, even as the government urged some Taiwanese companies to help with alternative chip production.
Renesas Electronics Corp now believes damage from a fire at its chip-making plant was more extensive than first thought, the Nikkei daily newspaper reported on Monday.
Renesas Electronics Corp now expects damage from a recent fire at its chip-making plant to be bigger than expected, with 17 machines affected rather than 11 as originally counted, the Nikkei reported on Monday.
Japan has called on equipment makers to help one of its biggest chipmakers restore production, the latest government move aimed at easing a semiconductor shortage that has hit production at car companies and is now pressuring makers of electronic devices.
Japanese government bureaucrats have called and emailed equipment makers in Japan and overseas to request they provide parts and machinery to help Renesas Electronics Corp, restore chip production at its fire-damaged plant.
Toyota, Nissan, Honda and other Japanese carmakers scrambled on Monday to assess the impact on their production of a fire at a Renesas Electronics chip plant that could aggravate a global semiconductor shortage.
Carmakers led declines in Japanese shares on Monday after a fire at semiconductor supplier Renesas Electronics' plant fanned worries about more chip supply shortfalls hitting vehicle production.
Shares of Toyota Motor, Nissan Motor and Honda Motor fell on Monday following a fire at a Renesas Electronics semiconductor plant that may aggravate a global shortage of automotive chips.
Japan's Renesas Electronics, a key automotive semiconductor supplier, said on Sunday that production at a fire-damaged plant will take at least a month to restart, potentially worsening a chip shortage that is disrupting car production.
Renesas Electronics, a key supplier of automotive semiconductors, said on Sunday that production at a fire-damaged semiconductor line will take at least a month to restart.
Renesas Electronics, a key supplier of automotive semiconductors, said on Saturday that it had temporarily halted production of 300mm wafers after a fire at its advanced Naka chip plant in northeast Japan.
Renesas Electronics, a key supplier of automotive semiconductors, said it will restart production at its advanced chip plant in northeast Japan after a quake on Saturday cut power to the facility and shut it down.
Renesas Electronics Corp has agreed to buy Dialog Semiconductor for 4.9 billion euros ($5.9 billion) in cash, boosting its position in low-power technology and connectivity across smart devices, cars and industry.
Japan's Renesas Electronics is in danger of overheating its deal engine. The company disclosed on Monday that it was in advanced talks to buy UK-based Dialog Semiconductor less than two years after taking over similarly sized Integrated Device Technology. Booming demand...
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