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December 27, 2012
04:53 EDTHSOLHanwha SolarOne enters into $475M credit agreement with Bank of Beijing
Hanwha SolarOne announced it has reached an agreement with the Bank of Beijing for access to up to approximately $475M of credit over the next twelve-month period. Drawdown of specific amount is subject to approval procedures of the Bank of Beijing, including review of specific project information, as applicable.
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January 23, 2015
05:28 EDTHSOLHanwha SolarOne amends shareholder circular to reflect restructuring of Q Cells
Hanwha SolarOne announced that it will file with the SEC supplemental information to the shareholder circular dated December 24, 2014 regarding the proposed acquisition of Hanwha Q CELLS Investment. The supplement highlights, among other things: On January 21, 2015, Q CELLS announced that it will launch a program to sharpen its international profile of R&D and production, designed to further improve cost and efficiency and increase its overall competitiveness. As part of the program, Q CELLS' German site will cease production as of March 1, 2015. At present, its German site has production capacities of 230 MW for cells and 130 MW for modules respectively. Q CELLS intends to transfer the respective production equipment to more cost competitive sites, namely its main production site in Cyberjaya, Malaysia for cells, and another site to be determined later for modules. The organization in Germany will be restructured accordingly and be focused on its core functions: Research & Development, Quality Management, Component Sales and Power Plant Solutions Business. Q CELLS will enter into negotiations with the works council in Germany immediately in order to reach an agreement on the terms and conditions of the restructuring program. The production transfer to other sites and the corresponding reshaping is estimated to lead to a reduction of the workforce in Germany by around 550 positions. Around 350 jobs will be maintained at Q CELLS in Germany. While Q CELLS expects the program to enhance its cost competitiveness in the long term, it may not realize all of the anticipated benefits of the program or those benefits may take longer to realize than expected. Q CELLS also expects that it will incur restructuring cost in the near term in connection with the program.

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