Lfoundry Rousset fab closes with loss of 600 jobs: Page 2 of 2

January 02, 2014 // By Peter Clarke
Lfoundry Rousset, the French chip manufacturing site of Lfoundry GmbH, has been declared bankrupt by the Commercial Court of Paris, with an immediate stop to activities on the site from Dec. 26 and the loss of 613 jobs, according to French reports.
that the takeover would be undertaken by way of a 50:50 joint venture between an entity called LFoundry Europe and Marsica Innovation SpA, a company owned by the Italian fab's management.

The Rousset wafer fab made chips on 200-mm diameter wafers in a clean room of about 12,000 square meters. It has a manufacturing capacity of about 25,000 wafer starts per month, according to data provided by the company in 2011.

Lfoundry in Germany did not respond to a request for comment by the time this story was posted.

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