Production at Samsung Electronics’ chip plant in Austin, Texas has normalized as of last week after cold weathers there halted production for six weeks.
A Samsung spokesperson said operation was returning to levels prior to the halt.
The company was forced to shutdown operation of its factory last month due to power storage in the US state.
This is the first time that Samsung has shutdown its semiconductor plant for over a month.
The company last month set 300 technicians to the plant from South Korea to help with normalizing operations there.
South Korean analysts believe company suffer over 300 billion won in damages from the halt.
The plant in Texas manufactures chips from 14-nanometer (nm) to 65nm in range. It manufactures application processors, SSD controllers, display driver ICs, CMOS image sensors and RF chips. Its production capacity is 100,000 wafers per month.