Singulus receives partial prepayment from new CIGS thin-film customer

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Singulus had previously reported that its total order backlog stood at €92.9 million at the end of the first quarter of 2017. Image: Singulus

Specialist PV manufacturing equipment supplier Singulus Technologies said it had received a partial pre-payment from an unidentified customer in China for CIGS thin-film tools ordered in March, 2017.

The company had previously announced a new order worth over €20 million that included its VISTARIS vacuum sputtering systems as well as its TENUIS II system for wet chemical buffer layer deposition.

The partial prepayment was said to be in single-digit million euro range, with the remaining balance due in the next few weeks.

Singulus had previously reported that its total order backlog stood at €92.9 million at the end of the first quarter of 2017.

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