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Friday 19 March 2021
Japan, Korea PCB makers shifting production focus to IC substrates
PCB makers in Japan and South Korea have been shifting production focus to IC substrates from segments of traditional multi-layer rigid boards and even higher-end HDI, flexible PCB...
Monday 8 March 2021
Tight ABF substrate supply may ease in 2023 at earliest
Tight supply for ABF substrates may ease in 2023 at the earliest if makers in Taiwan, Japan and Korea can smoothly commercialize their new capacity with stable yield rates in 2022...
Wednesday 3 March 2021
ABF substrates to be in short supply by at least 25% in 2021
The global supply of ABF substrates may fall short of demand by at least 25% in 2021, due mainly to limited capacity expansions despite increasing demand, according to industry sou...
Monday 19 October 2020
China PCB makers poised for new stage of competition with Taiwan peers
With Taiwan sustaining its firm leadership in the global PCB industry, China has been fast catching up due to its heavy capital expenses over the past five years, and PCB makers in...
Monday 19 October 2020
TSMC as top HPC foundry to benefit Taiwan ABF substrate vendors
TSMC as a top-choice foundry partner for HPC (high performance computing) chips vendors will significantly benefit Taiwan suppliers of ABF substrates for processing such chips, according...
Tuesday 18 August 2020
Daeduck to expand ABF substrate capacity for Samsung demand
Korea-based PCB maker Daeduck Electronics, a supplier of Samsung Electronics, will invest KRW90 billion (US$76 million) to expand ABF substrate capacity, according to industry sour...
Thursday 30 July 2020
Unimicron investing big in expanding ABF substrate capacity
Unimicron Technology's board of directors has resolved to allocate NT$17.4 billion (US$594.2 million) in capex for 2021, with over 90% of the sum and the majority of another budget...
Monday 27 July 2020
Zhen Ding, AT&S lead in SLP mainboard supply for iPhones, Apple Watch
SLP (substrate-like PCBs) makers in the supply chain of Apple devices have ended their first wave of competition, with Taiwan's Zhen Ding Technology and Austria's AT&S each absorbing...
Friday 24 July 2020
ABF substrate suppliers see clear order visibility through 2021
ABF substrate suppliers including Unimicron Technology, Nan Ya PCB and Kinsus Interconnect Technology have all seen their order visibility extend into 2021, thanks to continued robust...
Wednesday 22 July 2020
Nittobo plant fire may disrupt global ABF substrate supply
A recent fire that broke out at one of Nittobo's plants in Fukushima, Japan is expected to impact the already-tight supply of ABF substrates worldwide and push up quotes for them,...
Wednesday 24 June 2020
Unimicron may supply ABF substrates for new Macs with Apple silicon
Taiwan-based Unimicron Technology is being identified as the major ABF substrate supplier for Apple's new-generation Mac computers that will be powered by its in-house developed ARM-based...
Monday 11 May 2020
Zhen Ding, Unimicron looking to extend lead over peers via bold capex injection
The coronavirus pandemic may force many Taiwan-based PCB makers to slow down their capacity expansion plans in the short term due to uncertain market prospects, but Zhen Ding Technology...
Monday 24 February 2020
Taiwan PCB makers urged to accelerate capacity relocation amid outbreak
Taiwan's PCB makers are facing higher risks from the coronavirus outbreak thanks to relatively heavier production deployments in China than their peers in Japan and South Korea, prompting...
Friday 27 December 2019
Japan PCB industry output value continues to slide
The output value of Japan's PCB industry dropped 7.4% from a year earlier to JPY38.34 billion (US$1.27 billion) in October 2019, contracting for the 10th consecutive month, according...
Thursday 19 December 2019
Unimicron, Nan Ya may serve Chinese CPU makers with advanced ABF substrates
While China's homegrown processor makers are gearing up to develop new-generation solutions to serve huge domestic PC replacement demand, Taiwan-based Unimicron Technology and Nan...