Q1 2016

TI Greenock Scotland fab


Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) has retained ATREG to facilitate the sale of its operational 200mm / 150mm fab located at Earnhill Road, Larkfield Industrial Estate in Greenock, Scotland. This automotive-qualified fab may include a multi-year supply agreement, allowing the buyer to generate revenue during product qualification and production ramp. TI’s Greenock engineering team has extensive process conversion experience, including product migration from 150mm to 200mm. The 23-acre site includes surplus land that could be utilized for future expansion.

TI Greenock Scotland fab IIHIGHLIGHTS

  • Cleanroom: 76,800 sq. ft. of Class 1-10,000 cleanroom
  • Capacity:  8,333 wafers / month for 200mm and 13,333 wafers / month for 150mm
  • Process technologies: BiCMOS, CMOS, Metal Gate CMOS, Poly Gate CMOS, and BiPolar
  • Products: Power management, lighting, thermal management, and amplifiers meeting automotive, consumer, industrial, and energy industry standards
  • Tools:  272 well-maintained front-end tools consisting of equipment from OEMS such as ASML, Novellus, LAM, AMAT, Axcelis, and KLA Tencor
  • Certifications: ISO TS16949, ISO 14001, ISO 9001, and OHSAS 18001

For any questions about this offering, please call Saif Khan at + or email him.





ATREG has been retained to dispose of a pristine cleanroom manufacturing fab located in Singapore. The facility which was designed by M+W Group consists of a fabrication plant, a warehouse, an office, and a central utility building totaling 27,000m2. Utilizing its existing infrastructure, the facility also can be adapted to accommodate the manufacturing needs of advanced technology companies requiring a cleanroom environment.

Soitec Singapore fab


  • Immediately available: A pristine automated cleanroom manufacturing facility with robust infrastructure built in 2008
  • Adaptability: Fab can support the production of a variety of advanced technology manufacturing needs
  • Expansion potential: Ability to expand footprint on land adjacent to the facility
  • Price: Opportunity to acquire a fab at a price below its replacement value
  • Location: Stable, cost-effective manufacturing region with a strong electronics supply chain / ecosystem and secure IP environment
  • Site: 93,000m2 campus situated within one of Singapore’s technology parks (subject to leasehold agreement)
  • Cleanroom: Three-floor building with approx. 14,500m2 production space, including 4,500m2 cleanroom area (Class: ISO 4,5,6,7)
  • Warehouse: 2,000m2 total surface, 8.6m full clearance, two loading and two unloading areas, two links to production area
  • Office / administration: Five-floor building, 4,600m2 of office / administrative space, and a link to the second floor cleanroom area
  • Infrastructure: DI water, waste water treatment, bulk and generated gas, exhaust, cooling, and back-up generators

For any questions about this offering, please call Saif Khan at + or email him.





Annie Rothrock ATREG AssociateATREG is pleased to announce Annie Rothrock as its newest Associate. Annie is responsible for providing the team with project-specific and general support for client fab disposition and acquisition assignments, including industry research and analysis. Before joining ATREG, Annie served for three years as Business Development Manager for international recruitment firm SThree in San Francisco, Calif. In 2015, she won the company’s annual Tech Industry Top Biller Award for SThree America for her outstanding revenue-generating performance.

Annie holds a double BS major in Political Science and Environmental Studies from Santa Clara University in Calif. where she was a SCU Global Fellow, Peer Educator, and Community Facilitator (RA). During that time, she studied at Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines. She also graduated with Honors in International Relations and Business Development from the London School of Economics in the UK.

A committed and passionate advocate for social justice, human rights, and environmental education, Annie completed various overseas summer internships in the field, notably a sustainable cycling project at Ghana Bamboo Bikes in Kumasi, Ghana as well as a nature conservation program at the Association for Social and Economic Development (ASED) in Kolkata, India.