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Tuesday 20 December 2011
SZS to expand notebook hinge capacity
Taiwan-based notebook hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS), eyeing the potential demand for ultrabooks, is set to expand its plants and purchase new equipment in 2012 with the company's...
Thursday 27 October 2011
PC hinge maker SZS reports profit growth in 3Q11
Taiwan-based PC hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS), benefited from Intel's ultrabook products which helped raise demand for customized hinge, and saw its profit in the third quarter...
Thursday 25 August 2011
Tablet PC fever is already cooling down, says Acer chairman
Acer chairman JT Wang, commenting on tablet PC's impact on the notebook industry, pointed out that tablet PC fever is already starting to cool down and consumers are also being attracted...
Tuesday 2 August 2011
Cuts in DRAM output to not hinge on variable costs, say some DRAM makers
Japan-based Elpida Memory, viewing that DRAM contract prices have dropped to close to variable cost of about US$1, has decided to reduce DRAM production in an attempt to curb price...
Thursday 23 December 2010
SZS to establish a joint venture in China for metal product manufacturing
Taiwan-based notebook hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS) has announced plans to establish a joint venture with its partners in Tianjin, China for manufacturing and selling metal products...
Monday 15 November 2010
Cooling module and hinge makers see no benefit from tablet PCs
Despite that tablet PCs and e-book readers have helped Taiwan-based makers of components such as batteries and chassis see sales growth, other makers of components such as cooling...
Tuesday 26 October 2010
SZS to establish new plant in Sichuan, China
Taiwan-based notebook hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS) has announced it will invest US$10 million to establish new plants in Sichuan province, China, and the company plans to gather...
Thursday 30 September 2010
SZS sees metal injection molding production line fully-loaded
Notebook hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS) has seen its metal injection molding (MIM) production line capacity fully-loaded for September and has used about 50% of the capacity for...
Friday 28 May 2010
Jarllytec to set up production plant in Chongqing, China
Taiwan-based hinge maker Jarllytec will invest US$10 million to set up a production plant in Chongqing Province, China to provide on-time services, as its clients such as Foxconn...
Tuesday 6 April 2010
Jarllytec expects hinge shipments for all-in-one PCs to double in 2010
Taiwan-based hinge maker Jarllytec expects its hinge shipments for all-in-one PCs in 2010 will double from 1.4 million units in 2009, according to the company.
Wednesday 31 March 2010
SZS acquires four hinge-related component makers in China
Taiwan-based hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS) on March 30 announced the 100%-stake acquisition of four hinge-related component makers in China with a total investment of NT$453 million...
Friday 26 March 2010
Hinge maker Jarllytec to increase in-house production
Taiwan-based hinge maker Jarllytec plans to raise the rate of in-house production for metal injection molding (MIM) process from below 10% to 30% in 2010. The company also plans to...
Wednesday 24 March 2010
LCD monitor panel prices in 2Q10 to hinge on supply of components, say Taiwan makers
Although global demand for LCD monitors in the second quarter of 2010 is expected to decrease from the first quarter, prices for panels will remain unchanged or rise slightly if current...
Thursday 18 March 2010
Syncmold to see 20-fold increase in hinge shipments to all-in-one PCS in 2010
Taiwan-based monitor hinge maker Syncmold Enterprise expects its shipments to the all-in-one PC segment will increase 20-fold from 100,000 units in 2009 to two million in 2010, according...
Monday 8 March 2010
Hinge maker SZS says shipments not affected by plant fire
Taiwan-based notebook hinge maker Shin Zu Shing (SZS) has said shipments for March will not be affected by a fire at its Taiwan plant on March 7 and has already increased its outsourcing...