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  • Last update: Thursday 15 June 2017 [16 news items]

Wistron business growth sees rebound

Jun 15, 15:25

Wistron has seen its business growth rebound significantly over the past months and is confident that its performance in 2017 will be better than that recorded a year earlier, according...

Wistron expects strong 2016, say executives

Jun 16, 16:05

Wistron chairman Simon Lin is optimistic the company's 2016 operations will improve significantly and its revenue ratio for the first and second halves of 2016 will reach 45:55, changing...

Wistron chairman expresses concerns about China supply chain takeover

Jul 30, 13:59

Commenting on the Taiwan government's recent project of providing NT$500 billion (US$15.91 billion) loans to Taiwan's medium-to-large size enterprises, Wistron chairman Simon Lin...

Wistron expects 60% of 2014 revenues generated from non-notebook products

Dec 20, 15:01

Wistron expects revenues generated from its notebook ODM business to account for 40% of its total revenues in 2014, down from 45% at the end of 2013, while sales of other product...

Wistron plans to enhance AOpen business model

Oct 23, 21:49

Wistron is planning to transform its digital signage subsidiary AOpen from a simple hardware supplier to an software/hardware integrator and service provider, pushing a diversified...

Wistron to start business reorganization

Aug 19, 21:55

Wistron chairman Simon Lin announced at a supply chain conference on August 19 that the company plans to start a business reorganization in the near future. The company will focus...

Taiwan PC industry at a critical moment: An interview with Wistron chairman

Feb 22, 11:16

As the PC Industry is having trouble achieving growth, transformation has become a new trend among the industry players, Wistron chairman Simon Lin has told Digitimes in a recent...

Simon Lin, Wistron chairman

Wistron to lower notebook revenue contribution to below 40% by 2015, says chairman

Feb 6, 22:20

Wistron will gradually shift its focus from notebook to non-notebook businesses with its after-sales service business starting to see rapid growth in 2013, and its IT product recycling...

PC industry should be re-evaluated, says Wistron chairman

Jun 23, 01:45

Wistron chairman Simon Lin, on June 22, commenting on the impact of tablet PCs, described Apple's launch of iPad as a never-seen move, and it will take some time to figure out how...

Notebook industry may not see peak season effects in 2H11

Jun 23, 01:10

The notebook industry is unlikely to return to its usual seasonal pattern of having shipment proportions of 4:6 for the first and the second halves in 2011 as the US and Europe are...

Wistron estimates over 10% growth in notebook and LCD TV shipments in 2Q11

Apr 28, 01:15

Wistron chairman Simon Lin, at the company's investors meeting on April 27, pointed out that the company's revenue performance in the first quarter of 2011 was lower than expected...

Rising Taiwan exchange rate to pose significant risk for IT industry in 2011, says Wistron chairman

Dec 16, 01:50

Wistron chairman Simon Lin, at TecMall Forum in Taiwan, pointed out that the notebook manufacturing industry will continue to face rising labor and material costs in 2011, but these...

Wistron chairman expects only 50% of revenues to come from notebooks in 2011

Apr 26, 14:01

Wistron chairman Simon Lin expects the company's revenue proportion from the notebook segment to drop to 50% in 2011, down from the company's estimated 65% for 2010, and enabling...

AOpen appoints new CEO

Jul 23, 12:09

Bernie Tsai, president of AOpen, has been appointed as new CEO while chairman Simon Lin will no longer assume day-to-day control of the company, according to the company.

Shortage of notebook components will remain in 2H09, says Wistron

Jun 24, 16:12

Short supply of key notebook components will continue into the second half of 2009, according to chairman Simon Lin for ODM maker Wistron.

Simon Lin, chairman of Wistron

Taiwan ODM industry outlook still positive, says Wistron chairman

May 22, 12:17

The outlook for the ODM industry in Taiwan is still positive as major ODM makers, including Wistron, Quanta Computer, Compal Electronics, Inventec and Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai...

Simon Lin, Wistron chairman
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