Former GT Solar has big plans for diversification

August 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;8/12/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p12
The article reports on the diversification plans of GT Advanced Technologies in 2011. It mentions that the company changed its business name from GT Solar Technologies in order to expand its operations rather than focusing on solar industry and light emitting diode (LED) technology sector. It notes that the company planned to add new location in Merrimack, New Hampshire for the production of sapphire crystallization furnaces. Furthermore, it will create new corporate headquarters in Nashua.


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