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  • Last update: Friday 28 October 2016 [11 news items]

Taiwan ITRI, Seria develop new technology for PCB production

Oct 28, 11:10

Taiwan's ITRI has teamed up with Japan-based Seria Engineering to develop a new process technology for the manufacture of PCBs, which has been showcased at the TPCA (Taiwan Printed...

Taiwan PCB production value to rise 8.8% in 3Q16, says IEK

Aug 25, 15:22

The production value of PCB products rolled out by Taiwan-based makers in China and Taiwan is expected to grow 8.8% sequentially to NT$144.2 billion (US$4.54 billion) in the third...

TPCA Show 2015 to take place from October 21-23

Oct 21, 16:14

The TPCA Show 2015 will take place at the Taiwan World Trade Center, Nangang Exhibition Hall from October 21-23 with focuses on flexible and printed electronics, automation intelligence...

TPCA Show 2014 to take place from October 22-24

Oct 22, 15:02

The TPCA Show 2014 will take place at the Taiwan World Trade Center, Nangang Exhibition Hall from October 22-24. A total of 362 exhibitors will display their latest products across...

TPCA urges Taiwan government to upgrade PCB industry

Jul 24, 21:26

The Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA) has presented a white paper calling for the government to lead Taiwan's PCB industry to develop next-generation products and to promote...

Austria-based PCB maker AT&S building new IC substrate plant in China

Oct 25, 12:13

AT&S is currently building a new IC substrate plant in Chongqing, China with volume production slated for year-end 2014. The new plant will have a production capacity of 100,000...

China PCB production value to grow over 9% in 2012

May 10, 16:48

The production value of PCBs in China is expected to grow over 9% in 2012 from the levels recorded in 2011, in which the production value edged up 14.8% to US$25.46 billion, accounting...

KCE visits Taiwan for equipment purchases

Nov 14, 12:10

Executives at Thailand-based PCB manufacturer KCE Electronics visited the recent Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA) Show in Taipei for talks to buy production equipment such...

PCB production value to see slower growth in 2012

Nov 10, 17:05

Global PCB production value will grow less than 5% in 2012, compared to the larger 7.4% rise estimated for 2011, Simon Chen, chairman for the Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA),...

Value of global PCB output to see 6.5% decline in 2009, says Prismark

Oct 24, 01:00

Research firms Prismark and NTI were invited by the Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA) to deliver speeches during a PCB managers meeting on October 23. At the event Prismark...

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TPCA Show 2008 to begin on October 22

Oct 6, 16:46

The Taiwan Printed Circuit Association's (TPCA's) annual event (TPCA Show 2008) is to be held between October 22-24. 357 exhibitors across 1,634 booths are registered to participate,...

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
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