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Digitimes Research: Taiwan sees decreased 3Q13 large-size panel shipments
Tony Huang, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Wednesday 30 October 2013]

Taiwan-based Innolux, AU Optronics (AUO), Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) and HannStar Display together shipped 64.543 million large-size (above 9-inch) TFT-LCD panels in the third quarter of 2013, slipping 3.5% on quarter and 9.6% on year and accounting for 36.8% of global shipments, according to Digitimes Research.

Of the shipments, 34.6% were for use in notebooks, 29.68% in monitors, 29.04% in TVs and 5.16% in tablets, Digitimes Research indicated.

Innolux shipped 10.46 million TV panels, 11.01 million notebook panels and 11.283 monitor panels, while AUO shipped 8.281 million, 12.806 million and 7.495 million units, respectively.

This article is an excerpt from a Digitimes Research Quarterly Data Report (Taiwan large-size LCD panels – 3Q 2013). Visit our latest Data reports.

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