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Notice Regarding Effects of Tornado in Tsukuba Ibaraki
The following is a report on the status of ROHM Group production locations in the area affected by the tornado occurred in Tsukuba, Ibaraki around 12:40 PM, May 6, 2012, as of 9:00 AM, May 7, 2012.
ROHM Tsukuba Co., Ltd.
|Address||10 Kitahara, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 300-3293 Japan|
|Products||Transistors, Diodes, SiC|
Although some of the windows of the building are broken, there were no major damages inside the building including the manufacturing equipments. Due to the effect from the tornado, there has been a blackout and operation is suspended. After recovery of electricity, we will precede preparation to resume operation.
It will not affect the delivery system and time for our customers because we have a certain amount of stock as a part of ROHM Group BCP.
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