SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES AG: Signing Ceremony during the Chinese Trade Fair CIIE in Shanghai
- Agreement on relevant contractual parameters
- No legally binding contracts yet
- Order intake from CNBM in the volume of approx. € 57 million in the fourth quarter is expected
Kahl am Main: A signing ceremony between subsidiaries of the Chinese state-owned Group CNBM Group, Beijing, and the SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES AG took place on November 9, in the course of the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai. The goal was the confirmation of the agreement between both parties regarding the relevant parameters for the delivery of production machines of the first expansion stage of 150 MW for the next factory for CIGS solar modules in the town Xuzhou, China. The legally binding contracts are now to be concluded within the coming period between the companies involved in the operation.
The expected project volume currently amounts to approximately € 57 million. After the conclusion of the contracts the agreed prepayments and the corresponding project start are expected shortly afterwards.
Following the successful start of production at the first CIGS solar module factory in Bengbu, China, CNBM intends to pursue its ambitious expansion plans and open after Bengbu and Meishan, the third production site for a 300 MW production capacity in Xuzhou, China. SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES AG is the most important supplier of technology here. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Rinck, CEO of SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES, explains “CNBM is the absolute market leader in China in the field of module production for CIGS technology. The success is based on the close and trusting cooperation between CNBM and the participating companies, as well as the innovative machines and systems supplied and put into operation by SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES.”
CNBM plans to significantly increase capacity at all sites in further expansion stages.
SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES – innovations for new technologies
SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES develops and assembles innovative machines and systems for efficient and resource-saving production processes, which are used worldwide in the solar, semiconductor, medical technology, consumer goods and optical disc sectors.
The company’s core competencies include various processes of coating technology, surface treatment and wet-chemical and thermal production processes.