美国亚利桑那州凤凰城–2011年11月2日 –安森美半导体公司（ON Semiconductor Corporation，美国纳斯达克上市代号：ONNN））今日美国时间宣布，2011年第3季度的总收入为8.98亿美元，比2011年第2季度下跌约1%。2011年第3季度，公司录得公认会计原则净亏损为4,940万美元，或每股全面摊薄股份0.11美元。2011年第3季度公认会计原则净亏损乃由于6,540万美元的重组、资产减值及其他费用之故，主要与本公司宣布关闭日本会津制造厂，以及其他特别项目有关。特别项目的详请见附表。
傑克信表示：“在2011年，公司受到两次大型天灾的夹击，一次在3月，日本发生了悲惨的地震及其引致的海潚，另一次则是近期的泰国水灾。两次天灾不幸地影响了员工、他们的家人及公司的运营。虽然很多公司员工的生活受到严重影响，但庆幸他们此刻仍然安然无恙。在日本，因着各员工努力不懈，我们的生产经已从地震和海潚中全面恢复过来。不过在泰国方面，因该国水灾灾情严峻，我们仍然暂停运营，也未能进入大城府(Ayutthaya)及Bang Pa In的厂房。为配合客户的生产需`求，公司会继续谋寻方案将生产转移至安森美半导体全球制造网络内部及外部的其他工厂。在此，特别感谢各员工及生产伙伴的努力，使公司得以继续顺利生产。”
* Convertible Notes, Non-cash Interest Expense are included pursuant to FASB’s Accounting Standards Codification (“ASC”) Topic 470 Debt.
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