The core competence of the SiC Processing Group is the recovery and conditioning of silicon carbide (SiC) and polyethylene glycol (PEG) contained in the slurry of photovoltaic and semiconductor production. The recovery and conditioning services are carried out in its state-of-the-art facilities, adapted to meet the latest requirements, using complex wet-mechanical separation processes and hydrocyclone technology.

With an efficiency of SiC with 75% - 90% and of PEG with 90% - 95% our clients have an enormous cost advantage over the usage of new materials while at the same time ensuring qualitative and environmental requirements. Our processes and procedures are protected by two patent families.

Over the years we optimized and gained a deep know-how about the production processes. Pronounced internal as well as external research activities in collaboration and partnership with institutional facilities, business partners and relevant key-players always allows us to keep up-to-date with the latest technologies and to provide the clients the best service possible with the highest level of engineering and therefore as a result the best possible performance.

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Regarding the tradability of the SiC Processing bond 7.125% (WKN: A1H3HQ / ISIN: DE000A1H3HQ1)

By request of the insolvency administrator of the assets of SiC Processing GmbH and in the interest of the bond holders, the stock exchange operator informed the specialist who ensures the trade at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange that in his opinion there are no objections to extending the tradability of the SiC Processing bond 7.125% (WKN: A1H3HQ / ISIN: DE000A1H3HQ1) at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange beyond its final maturity on the 01 March 2016.



Notification of insufficiency of insolvency estate pursuant to sections 285, 208 German Insolvency Code

Hirschau, 26 March 2013 – Today, the supervisor of SiC Processing GmbH, Dr Hubert Ampferl, has notified the local court of Amberg pursuant to sections 285, 208 of the German Insolvency Code that the insolvency estate is currently insufficient to cover the costs of the insolvency proceedings and the other liabilities of the estate which are due and payable. As a consequence, the company has – for the time being - not to satisfy the liabilities of the estate which came into existence up to now. This step enables the company, to fulfil its contractual obligations arising from service, supply, employment and other contracts and to satisfy new liabilities of the estate resulting from such contracts.