85 news items tagged optical film
Gamma Optical quits production of optical filmsThursday 22 September 2016
Gamma Optical has stopped optical film production due to continued losses since 2010 arising from price competition from China-based makers, according to the company.
Wah Hong reports 20% revenue decline for NovemberFriday 11 December 2015
Optical film maker Wah Hong has reported its November 2015 revenues reached NT$855 million (US$26 million), down 0.15% on month and down 20.88% on year.
Wah Hong reports August 2015 performanceFriday 11 September 2015
Optical film maker Wah Hong has reported its August 2015 revenues reached NT$808 million (US$24.94 million), up 5.36% on month.
Wah Hong reports 31% on-year decline for May 2015Tuesday 9 June 2015
Optical film maker Wah Hong has reported its May 2015 revenues reached NT$738 million (US$23.74 million), down 8.84% on month and down 31.92% on year.
Some China TV vendors adopt open bid to procure optical filmTuesday 16 December 2014
China-based LCD TV vendors, including TCL, TPV Technology, Hisense and Haier, have adopted open-bid competition in place of price negotiations with target suppliers to procure optical...
Wah Hong reports increased revenues in SeptemberTuesday 7 October 2014
Optical film maker Wah Hong has reported its September 2014 revenues reached NT$1.06 billion (US$34.82 million), down 4.49% on month but up 5.57% on year.
Wah Hong to see increased orders for products used in large TVs in 2014Thursday 16 January 2014
Optical film maker Wah Hong expects to see its performance increase in 2014 due to increased orders for products used in large-size TVs, according to industry sources.
Wah Hong expects flat performance in 2013Thursday 28 November 2013
Optical film maker Wah Hong expects to post flat performance in 2013.
Optical film maker Wah Hong sees March revenues increase 43% on monthTuesday 9 April 2013
Optical film maker Wah Hong Industrial saw March consolidated revenues reach NT$943 million (US$31.3 million), up by 43.47% on month and 2% on year. Wah Hong accumulated NT$2.587...
Demand for 3D optical film rises as passive 3D TV competes with shutter glass, says DisplaySearchThursday 28 March 2013
As 3D TV continues to grow, competition between two main 3D technologies is heating up, and film patterned retarder is finally catching up to the more established shutter glass approach...
Touch Taiwan to showcase latest panel and optical film technology in the industryWednesday 29 August 2012
Touch Taiwan is set to open August 29 with as many as 290 vendors and 700 different booths displaying the latest and greatest technology in the panel and optical film industries.
Sales of electron guns increasing, says JEOLThursday 5 July 2012
International smartphone brands have been incepting anti-fingerprint film as a basic feature of the products, the market believes China white-box handset makers will soon follow suit...
Wah Hong sees stable revenue in MayThursday 7 June 2012
Taiwan-based Wah Hong had consolidated revenue at NT$921 million (US$30.8 million), a 1.86% on-month growth, due to increased shipments for optical films for IT panel applications.
3M announces commercial availability of FTB3 barrier filmWednesday 23 May 2012
3M's Optical Systems Division has announced that its 3MFTB3-50 and FTB3-125 films-flexible, optically clear films that protect sensitive electronics from water vapor and oxygen, are...
Wah Hong reports flat revenue performance for AprilTuesday 8 May 2012
Wah Hong Industrial, a Taiwan-based maker of optical film, has posted consolidated revenues of NT$904 million (US$30.7 million) for April, decreasing 2.29% on month but increasing...
Display optical film market continues to experience cyclic trends, says DisplaySearchWednesday 11 April 2012
Growth in display optical film revenues is shifting from positive to negative in 2012, according to DisplaySearch.
Wah Hong looks to increasing shipments of optical films in 2Q12Monday 9 April 2012
LCD optical film maker Wah Hong Industrial expects its shipments of diffusion films, ITO films as well as optical films for LCD TVs and large-size monitors to gain momentum in the...
Taiwan trade mission to purchase flat panel components from ChinaFriday 18 November 2011
A trade mission consisting of Taiwan-based makers of flat panels and flat panel components will leave for China on November 18 aiming to purchase optical films, IC parts, and parts...
Wah Hong adds ITO film production lineTuesday 8 November 2011
Taiwan-based LCD optical film supplier Wah Hong Industrial is adding an additional ITO conductive film production line at its subsidiary Jun Hong Optronics due to increasing orders...
Optical film maker Gamma settles technology dispute with EfunWednesday 19 October 2011
Optical film maker Gamma Optical has settled a technology lawsuit with Efun Technology, a manufacturer of critical components for touch screens, LCD monitors and backlight modules...
Wah Hong reports record sales for 3Q11Wednesday 12 October 2011
LCD optical film supplier Wah Hong Industrial saw its consolidated revenues decline 9.2% sequentially in September, but overall sales for the third quarter of 2011 still hit a record...
Wah Hong August revenues upWednesday 7 September 2011
LCD optical film maker Wah Hong Industrial has reported August 2011 consolidated revenues of NT$935 million (US$32.13 million), rising 3.8% on-month and 3.55% on-year due to growth...
China-based BOE sourcing more from local optical film suppliersThursday 18 August 2011
China-based LCD panel maker BOE Technology is sourcing more from local optical film makers as it moves to promote the self-sufficiency of the country's component supply, according...
Wah Hong July optical film shipments up sequentiallyMonday 8 August 2011
Taiwan-based optical film maker Wah Hong Industrial saw shipments of light guide plates used in LED-backlit LCD TVs, brightness enhancement films and diffusion films for LCD monitors...
Wah Hong May revenues hit record highWednesday 8 June 2011
Taiwan-based LCD optical fim maker Wah Hong saw consolidated revenues hit a record at NT$920 million (US$32 million) in May. The May figure represents a 3.36% growth compared with...