To our valued global customers and supply chain providers…

As we navigate through these challenging times, I wanted to reaffirm that GTAT is operating to meet its commercial obligations to you. Our production lines are running and we are following all health and government mandates and protocols. These include appropriate social distancing for necessary employees at our facilities, and enhanced cleaning and sanitizing measures. All GTAT employees able to work remotely are doing so, and they have access to everything needed to maintain normal operations throughout this global health emergency.

We wish all of our customers and providers the very best. We will get through this together.

Greg Knight, President and Chief Executive Officer
GTAT Corporation

HUDSON — The new facility for GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) on Wentworth Drive in Hudson is humming with crystal furnaces, tinkering engineers and filled with unpacked equipment shipped over from its old Merrimack facility.

It has the benefit of less costly utility overhead and flexible space for rapid production scaling, but it’s also the latest reminder that the company that filed for bankruptcy following a disastrous deal with Apple has been reincarnated.

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