Shares in SkyWater Technology fell 23% in early trading this morning after the Bloomington-based chipmaker disclosed a revenue hurdle when it announced quarter results Tuesday evening.
The company added eight new customers in the July-to-September quarter but faced significant headwinds, Thomas Sonderman, SkyWater’s chief executive, said.
Revenue grew 6% to $35 million, but supply chain and labor issues meant approximately $15 million in revenue has been delayed, Sonderman said.
SkyWater scheduled a conference call this morning for executives to discuss results with analysts and investors. Its shares were down about $8 to around $25.50 in the opening minutes of trading.
The company reported a net loss of $13.9 million, or 36 cents a share in the quarter. It lost $1.7 million, or 9 cents a share, in the same period a year ago.
Adjusted for one-time events, SkyWater had a net loss of $11.5 million, or 29 cents a share. Analysts expected an adjusted loss of 14 cents a share. A year ago, SkyWater’s adjusted loss was $800,000, or 4 cents a share, in the third quarter.
“Supply chain challenges and hiring constraints plus continued delays in the funding of existing United States government programs had a magnified near-term effect on the company,” Sonderman said in a statement.
SkyWater priced its IPO at $14 a share on April 21. Since then, its shares have generally traded well above that level and peaked at $36.80 a share in early September.
Revenue in advanced technology services unit, which develops new processes and chips for clients, fell 8% in the quarter to $22.4 million. Its wafer services revenue, which handles volume manufacturing for clients, was up 44% to $12.7 million.
By comparison, revenue in advanced technology services grew 43% in 2020 and 35% in the second quarter this year.