posted on November 06, 2013 13:20
New York Senator Charles Schumer is trying to woo the semiconductor industry to the Town of Alabama’s STAMP Project.
His office says via a news release he's been in communication with the Semiconductor Industry Association’s 18 CEO’s to showcase the advantages of the STAMP project site as a new chip-fab. He says with low-cost power, significant research and a high-skilled workforce, the STAMP site a great fit for semiconductor manufacturers.
The 1,250 acre Science, Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Park is being developed for nanotechnology in the Town of Alabama.
Schumer says he recently hosted the S.I.A. at a Capitol Hill briefing to urge the CEOs to consider the STAMP site.