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September 3rd, 2007
Semi Scenic, the Lanarkshire based semi-conductor support specialist, has secured a contract worth more than $1 million dollars to supply essential components to the UK's flagship micro and nanotechnology project based in Scotland.
Semi Scenic has agreed the deal with Semefab (Scotland) Ltd, the Glenrothes semiconductor manufacturer at the forefront of the UK's centre for micro and nano technology (MNT) network. The announcement comes as Semefab plans to further expand its operations and investment in the £15 million UK MNT project. It has acquired a 3000 square metre facility adjacent to its existing premises in Fife which will enable it to roll out the next phase of the project.
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