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  • Last update: Monday 28 January 2013 [11 news items]

Polytronics looks to growing sales of PPTC devices, heat sink substrates in China in 2013

Jan 28, 15:54

Circuit protection device provider Polytronics Technology expects its penetrate rates in China's smartphone and tablet markets to expand significantly in 2013, according to company...

Protective component makers to enjoy booming sales in 4Q12

Nov 20, 15:38

Protective component makers Polytronics Technology and Thinking Electronic Industrial will continue to enjoy strong sales in the fourth quarter of 2012, as booming sales of smartphones...

Thinking Electronic to see slight sequential drop in 4Q12 revenues

Oct 17, 13:34

Protective component maker Thinking Electronic Industrial is expected to see its revenues dip within a range of 5% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2012 due to weak demand from...

Protective component makers report better-than-expected December revenues

Jan 10, 16:08

Thinking Electronic Industrial and Polytronics Technology, which make protective components for power supplies, have both reported slight sequential drops in fourth-quarter revenues...

Polytronics pre-tax profits up in 1H11

Jul 14, 13:59

Protective component maker Polytronics Technology has posted pre-tax profits of NT$247 million (US$8.54 million) in the first half of 2011, an increase of 20.4% from a year earlier...

Protective component suppliers to see lower growth in 3Q11

Jul 1, 14:16

Protective component makers Thinking Electronic Industrial and Polytronics Technology (PTTC) both expect their revenues to grow by a small margin in the third quarter after posting...

Protective component maker Polytronics wins PPTC orders for tablet PCs

Feb 22, 14:05

Since Apple's iPad 2 reportedly will not incorporate ALD/SLD polymeric positive temperature coefficient (PPTC) resistors, Taiwan's protective component makers will not be able to...

Protective component makers announce positive 2010 results

Feb 15, 01:30

Taiwan-based protective component makers Thinking Electronic and Polytronics Technology have announced unaudited financial results for 2010. Hampered by exchange rate volatility in...

Polytronics expects 4Q10 sales to drop 15%

Nov 16, 14:25

Circuit protection device maker Polytronics Technology expects its sales to decrease by about 15% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2010, citing traditional slow demand in the...

PPTC maker Polytronics to begin shipments of LED heat sink substrates in 3Q09

Feb 17, 17:10

Polymeric positive temperature coefficient (PPTC) resistor maker Polytronics Technology's LED heat sink substrates for LCD TV backlighting are in the process of verifications by AU...

Protection devices supplier Polytronics eyes growth in netbook applications

Dec 16, 12:18

Polytronics Technology, a supplier of protection devices, expects the netbook segment to make a major contribution to the company's sales beginning in March in 2009.

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