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Wednesday, 08 July 2009 14:15

Globalfoundries Fab 2 gets final green light

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Groundbreaking July 24th


Globalfoundries
has received the final town approval for its planned plant in Malta, NY.

After reviewing the plans for months, the town Planning Board granted final site approval for the 1.3 million-square-foot facility at the Luther Forest Technology Campus.

The decision paves the way for construction, and a ground breakingceremony will be held at the site on July 24th. If all goes well, construction will be finished in 2011, while full production is expected sometime in 2012.

The company also announced that it has completed its senior management team, by appointing Ron Dickinson as vice president for enterprise quality.

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