781 news items tagged Innolux
Innolux investing in new 8.6G LCD facilitiesMonday 8 June 2015
In an effort to maintain a competitive edge in the panel industry, Innolux will construct new 8.6G LCD panel facilities that will go into mass production as of the third quarter of...
Innolux May 2015 revenues down 14% on yearMonday 8 June 2015
Innolux has announced its May 2015 consolidated revenues reached NT$ 31.2 billion, a decrease of 3.7% on month and a decrease of 14.1% on year.
Innolux outlines how its strategies kept the company from bankruptcyThursday 4 June 2015
As China's panel industry continues to increase production capacity, Taiwan panel makers have kept their competitive edge through product differentiation strategies and adjustments...
China LCD TV vendors plan to procure 27-28 million Taiwan-produced panels in 2015, says CVIA executiveFriday 29 May 2015
China-based LCD TV vendors plan to procure 27-28 million TV panels worth US$4.5 billion from Taiwan-based panel makers, according to China Video Industry Association (CVIA) vice president...
Japan Display holds top spot in vehicle display shipments in 2014, says PIDATuesday 26 May 2015
Japan Display held the largest proportion of vehicle display shipments in 2014 at 18%, surpassing former leader Innolux, according to PIDA.
AUO denies rumors of potential merger with InnoluxFriday 22 May 2015
AU Optronics (AUO) has disputed rumors that it will merge with fellow Taiwan maker Innolux. AUO said such rumors are not true and that company operations will continue as normal.
Innolux April revenues decreaseFriday 8 May 2015
LCD panel maker Innolux has announced its April 2015 consolidated revenues reached NT$32.4 billion (US$1.05 billion), a decrease of 12.2% on month and a decrease of 15.2% on year.
Innolux optimistic about 4K TV panel shipments in 2015Thursday 7 May 2015
Innolux expects Ultra HD (4K) TV shipments to reach 40-45 million in 2015, and that 40% of its overall 4K TV panels shipped in the second quarter of the year will be for units sized...
Innolux reports 1Q15 performanceTuesday 5 May 2015
Innolux has announced its net sales for first-quarter 2015 amounted to NT$100.2 billion (US$3.265 billion) while gross profit was NT$17.8 billion for a gross margin of 17.7%. Operating...
Samsung surpasses Innolux to hold leading position in 4K TV panel shipmentsMonday 27 April 2015
Samsung Display gained the number one spot in terms of Ultra HD (4K) TV panel shipments in the first quarter of 2015, surpassing Innolux.
AUO, Innolux not affected by Taiwan earthquakeMonday 20 April 2015
After witnessing a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan on the morning of April 20 that shook most of the island including main panel production areas, panel makers including AU Optronics...
Innolux reports March 2015 and 1Q15 performanceThursday 9 April 2015
Innolux has announced its March 2015 consolidated revenues reached NT$36.9 billion (US$1.185 billion), an increase of 35.6% on month but a decrease of 1.1% on year.
Innolux reports February 2015 performanceMonday 9 March 2015
Innolux has announced its February 2015 consolidated revenues reached NT$27.2 billion (US$862.77 million) in February 2015, down 24.5% on month but up 9.4% on year.
Innolux to recruit 2,000 new employees in 2015Thursday 5 March 2015
Innolux is recruiting new talent for 2015 and estimates it will hire 2,000 new employees over the year, according to the company.
AUO, Innolux expect global Ultra HD TV shipments in 2015 to reach 23-25 million unitsThursday 12 February 2015
TFT-LCD panel makers AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux are optimistic about global demand for Ultra HD LCD TVs and expect global shipments in 2015 to reach 23-25 million units.
LCD TV panels in short supply until early May, says Innolux presidentWednesday 11 February 2015
There has been short supply of LCD TV panels and the shortage is expected to remain until early May holidays in China, according to Wang Jyh-chau, president for Taiwan-based TFT-LCD...
Innolux reports profits for 2014Tuesday 10 February 2015
Innolux has announced its combined net sales for the fourth quarter of 2014 amounted to NT$114.9 billion (US$3.65 billion), gross profit was NT$18.5 billion, for a gross margin of...
Innolux reports over 30% revenues increase in JanuaryMonday 9 February 2015
Innolux has announced its January 2015 consolidated revenues reached NT$36 billion in January 2015, a decrease of 5.7% on month but an increase of 31.7% on year.
Innolux likely to obtain loan of up to NT$80 billionWednesday 14 January 2015
TFT-LCD panel maker Innolux stands a good chance of obtaining a syndicated loan of up to NT$80 billion (US$2.5 billion) from more than 10 local banks in Taiwan, with the signing possibly...
Innolux reports flat performance for 2014Friday 9 January 2015
Innolux has announced its December 2014 consolidated revenues reached NT$38.2 billion (US$1.196 billion), a decrease of 0.6% on month and an increase of 18% on year. During December...
AUO, Innolux expected to see more orders for Ultra HD TV panelsWednesday 17 December 2014
As Japan-based vendors including Sony and Panasonic and China-based vendors have been actively promoting Ultra HD LCD TVs, Taiwan-based AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux are expected...
AUO, Innolux extend production to medical applicationsWednesday 10 December 2014
TFT-LCD panel makers AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux have extended production to panels for medical applications which, in comparison with panels for consumer applications, are mostly...
Innolux reports increase in November revenuesMonday 8 December 2014
Innolux has announced its November 2014 consolidated revenues reached NT$38.5 billion (US$1.24 billion), an increase of 0.5% on month and 18.5% on year.
AUO, Innolux not affected by water supply cutTuesday 2 December 2014
While the Taiwan government has reduced water supply to industrial users at night due to water availability issues, TFT-LCD panel makers AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux have indicated...
Innolux clarifies Chi Mei Lighting debt issues, looking to secure loan from Taiwan banksThursday 27 November 2014
Commenting on one of the Taiwan government-owned banks reportedly having refused to join Innolux's syndicated loan plans because of debt issues at Innolux's ex-affiliate Chi Mei Lighting...