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CCL vendors to expand capacities on strong demand from smartphone and LCD panel segments

Mar 24, 14:28

A number of Taiwan-based copper-clad laminate (CCL) makers, including Elite Material (EMC), Iteq, Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) and Uniplus Electronics, have all planned to expand...

CCL quotes set to rise in March 2010, say sources

Feb 23, 16:43

Copper-clad laminate (CCL) quotes are likely to rise in March 2010 to reflect the rising price of copper, according to industry sources. The average copper price has topped US$7,400...

PCB makers to enjoy strong sales growth of LED heat sink substrates in 2010

Dec 22, 12:06

Taiwan-based PCB makers, including Chin-Poon Industrial, Iteq, Taiflex Scientific, and Gia Tzoong Enterprise, are expected to enjoy sales contributions from aluminum heat sink substrates...

Iteq to expand CCL and FCCL capacity

Oct 23, 16:23

Taiwan-based Iteq plans to expand the monthly capacity at its Guangzhou, China plant for flexible copper-clad laminates (FCCLs) from 30,000 square meters to 100,000 square meters...

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NPC hikes CCL quotes

Sep 15, 17:03

Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board (NPC) has raised its prices of copper-clad laminates (CCLs) to reflect the increased average copper price, according to industry sources.

CCL makers see July revenues up on month

Aug 11, 15:50

Copper-clad laminate (CCL) makers Iteq, Elite Material (EMC) and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) saw July 2009 consolidated revenues of NT$1.096 billion (US$33.5 million), a rise on...

CCL prices likely to increase in August

CCL makers report mixed June results

Jul 9, 16:55

Copper clad laminate (CCL) makers Elite Material (EMC), Iteq and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) have reported mixed revenue results for June, but all expect to see revenues grow sequentially...

Copper-clad laminate prices expected to rise again

Apr 15, 15:43

Nan Ya Plastics will likely adjust upward its copper-clad laminate (CCL) prices by the end of April as a result of rising commodity prices, according to industry sources. The leading...

CCL makers EMC and Iteq mull raising inventory levels in response to material price hikes

Feb 24, 12:25

Taiwan-based copper-clad laminate (CCL) makers Elite Material (EMC) and Iteq, in view of rising component prices for copper and glass fabric, expect CCL prices to go up in March....

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CCL maker Iteq January sales up 8.8% on month

Stockwatch - Feb 16, 10:26

Copper clad laminate (CCL) maker Iteq has reported January consolidated sales of NT$5.43 million (US$159,240), up 8.8% on month but down 52.9% on year, according to data from the...

CCL demand sags amid weak PCB industry

Newswatch - Dec 22, 16:26

The PCB industry has remained sluggish during the second half of 2008, resulting in copper clad laminate (CCL) suppliers slowing down their operations, according to a report from...

CCL makers 4Q08 profitability to be crippled by oversupply and price drops

Nov 28, 17:11

Copper clad laminate (CCLs) suppliers Iteq, Taiwan Union Technology (TUC), Hwa Woei Laminate, Uniplus Electronics and Elite Material (EMC) are coming under strong pressure from oversupply...

CCL maker Iteq settles patent dispute with Isola

Nov 20, 16:11

Isola USA filed patent infringement complaints against Taiwan-based copper clad laminate (CCL) makers Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) and Iteq in September. Iteq has settled with Isola,...

Isola sues TUC and Iteq for patent infringement

Sep 24, 12:21

PCB material supplier Isola USA last week filed patent infringement complaints against Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) and Iteq with the US Patent and Trademark Office. Industry players...

CCL prices stable although demand from PCB clients remains weak

Jul 23, 01:00

Prices for copper clad laminates (CCLs) remain stable although demand from PCB clients has yet to see a seasonal upturn, according to CCL suppliers.

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