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Siltronic Q3 EBITDA At EUR 122.9 Mln
Siltronic Says Completion Of Merger With GlobalWafers To Be Delayed
PVA Tepla Gets Major Order From Siltronic
Siltronic AG is a Germany-based producer of hyperpure silicon wafers. The Company offers polished wafers, epitaxial wafers and annealed wafers, among others. Its products are used for semiconductor components, including high-voltage applications, low resistivity devices in automotive engineering and telecommunications, as well as integrated microprocessors and memory modules for information processing in cell phones, laptops and other consumer goods. The Company also produces high reflectivity (HiREF) wafers, as well as PowerFZ wafers for power applications and Ultimate Silicon for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) applications. It operates production facilities in Europe, Asia and the United States.
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The 4.35 billion euro ($5.06 billion) sale of German chipmaker Siltronic to Taiwanese rival GlobalWafers will likely be delayed as talks with regulators drag on, Siltronic said on Friday.
GlobalWafers said on Tuesday that its bid for Germany's Siltronic had been successful, after it secured control over the required majority of shares with its 4.35 billion euro ($5.3 billion) offer.
Taiwan's GlobalWafers made what it said was a final attempt to save a 4.35 billion euro ($5.3 billion) bid for Germany's Siltronic on Monday by lowering the minimum acceptance threshold and extending its offer deadline.
Taiwan's Globalwafers further raised its offer for Germany's Siltronic by 150 million euros ($183 million) on Saturday as it tries to win over the target's shareholders to its bid to create a leading player in the global silicon wafer industry.
Taiwan's Globalwafers raised its takeover offer for Germany's Siltronic by 450 million euros ($547 million) on Friday as it tries to win over shareholders in its bid to create a leading player in the global wafer industry.
Siltronic said on Wednesday its management agreed to the takeover of the German silicon wafer maker by Taiwan's GlobalWafers for 3.75 billion euros ($4.53 billion).
Siltronic said on Wednesday its management agreed to the takeover of the German silicon wafer maker by Taiwan's GlobalWafers for 125 euros ($151.03) per share.
Shares in Siltronic jumped on Monday after the German silicon wafer maker said on Sunday it was in advanced talks to be bought by Taiwan's GlobalWafers in a 3.75-billion-euro ($4.5 billion) deal.
* DGAP-NEWS: SILTRONIC PERFORMS WELL IN A DIFFICULT MARKET ENVIRONMENT
* AGM TO BE SCHEDULED FOR NEW DATE WITHIN 8 MTHS OF CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
* BEGINNING OF YEAR CONTINUES TO BE MARKED BY POLITICAL AND MACROECONOMIC UNCERTAINTIES AND, ADDITIONALLY, BY OUTBREAK OF CORONA VIRUS
German chipmakers Aixtron and Siltronic on Thursday reported a fall in third quarter sales, hurt by weaker demand due to a global economic downturn that has weighed on the microchip industry.
* Shares down 14% in biggest one-day drop, hit 3-year low (Adds market reaction, context on Siltronic)
Siltronic, a German maker of wafers used to make silicon chips, became the latest firm in the semiconductor industry to warn that U.S. restrictions on exports to China would hit sales and profitability.
Shares of European chipmakers fell sharply on Wednesday after German silicon wafer maker Siltronic warned of a "significantly" weaker second quarter in the latest setback for a sector reeling from slowing smartphone demand.
Siltronic, a German maker of silicon wafers used in semiconductor chips, said operating profit would drop significantly this year, sending shares down 8.5 pct on Wednesday.
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