SkyWater Technology, a technology realization partner, signed a $100 million three-year senior secured revolving credit facility that expands the company’s available borrowing capacity. The new credit facility contains an accordion feature that allows the company to increase the size of the facility by up to $30 million, subject to certain conditions, for a total potential borrowing capacity of up to $130 million. The facility was jointly arranged by Siena Lending Group and Great Rock Capital, asset-based lending companies. Concurrently with the closing of the new facility, SkyWater terminated its existing senior credit facility with Wells Fargo.

SkyWater expects to use the new credit facility for general corporate purposes, which may include the funding of working capital or supporting internal growth initiatives.

“We are very pleased with the completion of this debt facility and new partnership with Siena and Great Rock. This facility provides us with increased financial flexibility and liquidity that we believe will allow SkyWater to continue to grow. This new, larger facility is a reflection of our success over the past year as we have strengthened our credit profile,” Steve Manko CFO of SkyWater, said.

“We welcome Siena and Great Rock as our new lending partners. By working closely together, we were able to tailor the structure of the credit facility according to our specific strategies and objectives. Access to additional financing adds to SkyWater’s other capital strategies, and we believe that it enhances our ability to support our continued rapid growth,” Thomas Sonderman, president and CEO of SkyWater, said.

Siena Lending Group served as revolver agent on the facility. Cowen and Company acted as exclusive financing advisor to SkyWater. Ballard Spahr served as legal counsel for the company.