PerformanceThe company's stock price closed at NT$1.7 on the TSE on Wednesday, January 14, 2009.The company has reported consolidated revenues of NT$185 million for January 2013, representing a % drop on month and 43.6% drop on year.For the fourth quarter of 2009, the company totaled NT$ million in consolidated revenues, down % sequentially and down % on year.Brief
Full name: Kingmax Digital
Chinese name: 協泰國際股份有限公司
Short name: KDI
Stock code: 3397
Tax ID: 12964423
Established: 4 Dec 2001
Paid in capital: NT$443.03 million
Listed on ESB: 30 Nov 2005
Public since: 18 May 2004
Kingmax Digital, an affiliate company of the Kingmax Group, which also includes memory-module maker Kingmax Semiconductor...
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According to Kingmax Digital, its handset-use 512MB microSD cards, formally launched earlier in April, wil be available...
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KDI: Consolidated revenues, Jan 2012 - Jan 2013 (NT$m)
*Figures are consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, December 2014
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