Kaynes Technology jump nearly 16% to hit record high on signing MoU with Telangana government for semiconductor plant


Kaynes Technology India Ltd shares soared nearly 16 percent to hit a 52-week high on Monday after the company announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Telangana government to set up a Rs 2,800 crore facility for outsourced semiconducto.r assembly and test (OSAT) in Hyderabad.

The indigenous electronics contract manufacturing service provider on Friday announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Telangana government to set up a semiconductor OSAT and compound semiconductor factory in the state.

 The planned factory will be located in Kongara Kalan, adjacent to Foxconn’s future electronics manufacturing facility in south Hyderabad.

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 The company said the facility would require an estimated investment of Rs 2,800 crore and create employment opportunities for around 2,000 people. 

Kaynes Technology is a 30-year-old company that has entered its OSAT/AMP services under its subsidiary Kaynes Semicon. In his first three years, Keynes Semicon provides his QFN, SOT, TO, BGA, and FC-BGA power device packages to customers all over the world. Keynes Semicon has collaborated with Bombay Institute of Technology to establish an R&D center for packaging research, the company said. 

Kaynes Technology is engaged in integrated electronics manufacturing and provides end-to-end IoT enabled solutions. With our expertise in electronic systems development and manufacturing services, we serve a variety of industries including automotive, industrial, aerospace, defense, space, nuclear, medical, rail, IoT, and IT.

 Keynes Technology shares were trading 6.06 per cent higher at Rs 2,703.80 at 10:11 am on BSE.r assembly and test (OSAT) in Hyderabad.

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