EV Supply Chain Expands with Michigan’s New Semiconductor Wafer Plant
Industry Week reports that a new plant being built by SK Siltron CCS will manufacture a specialty wafer made of silicon carbide that can be used in the semiconductor power components of electric vehicles.
Michigan’s march to be a leader in advanced mobility and electrification continues with the announcement on August 24 that semiconductor wafer manufacturer SK Siltron CCS is establishing a new facility in MonitorTownship to support electric vehicle growth. The company will invest $302 million creating up to 150 jobs.
The company, a subsidiary of SK Siltron, an operating company of South Korea’s SK Group, has its U.S. headquarters in Auburn, Mich.