Semiconductor industry supplier breaks ground on north Phoenix facility

By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal

Sunlit Chemical, the first semiconductor industry supplier to announce plans for a location in north Phoenix to service Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., broke ground Thursday on a plant that will represent a $100 million capital investment in two phases.

Sunlit bought 17 acres of land from Mack Real Estate Group, the master developer of the area, which was designated a supplier site for TSMC. The Sunlit facility will total 900,000 square feet and be developed in two phases. The first phase is planned to be operational in mid-2023, Perpa Hsieh, general manager of Sunlit Arizona, said.

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