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Tuesday 9 March 2021
Taiwan CCL makers post brisk sales results for February
Taiwan-based CCL suppliers Elite Material, Iteq, Taiwan Union Technology and Ventec International all saw their February revenues register significant on-year increases despite falling...
Wednesday 24 February 2021
CCL prices may rise further later in 1H21
Rising copper foil prices will likely prompt Taiwan-based CCL makers to further raise their quotes later in the first half of this year, according to industry sources.
Monday 8 February 2021
CCL makers to see strong shipments throughout 2021
Taiwan CCL suppliers are expected to see their supply capacity become tighter in 2021 than 2020 amid increasing demand for both general and high speed/frequency applications, and...
Monday 8 February 2021
PCB supply chain guardedly optimistic about Whitley-induced server replacement demand
Taiwan's PCB supply chain players are guardedly optimistic about business opportunities to arise from replacement demand for servers adopting Intel's new Whitley server processors,...
Wednesday 3 February 2021
Taiwan CCL makers to raise prices to reflect rising materials costs
Taiwan-based CCL makers including Elite Material, Iteq, Taiwan Union Technology and Ventec International are set to raise their quotes soon to reflect rising costs for copper foil...
Wednesday 27 January 2021
CCL equipment maker Asia Metal sees order visibility through 2021
Taiwan-based CCL equipment supplier Asia Metal Industries (AMI) has seen clear order visibility for its main product lines - vertical CCL treating machines and horizontal laminating...
Tuesday 26 January 2021
CCL makers ramping up shipments for 5G base stations in 1Q21
Taiwan CCL suppliers are expected to see shipments of high-frequency, high-end offerings for 5G base stations ramp up through at least the first-quarter of 2021, as clients are turning...
Wednesday 13 January 2021
PCB supply chain to gain from mass production of new Intel server processors
Taiwan's PCB supply chain is poised to embrace a new wave of growth momentum in 2021 from Intel entering volume production of its latest 10nm Ice Lake Xeon scalable server processors...
Thursday 7 January 2021
Taiwan CCL makers guardedly optimistic about 2021
Taiwan-based CCL makers Elite Material (EMC), Iteq and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) are guardedly optimistic about their 2021 sales prospects after ending 2020 with single-digit...
Tuesday 5 January 2021
CCL makers uncertain about demand for 5G base stations in China
Taiwan-based CCL makers remain uncertain about demand for 5G base stations in China this year, but their overall shipments will not be much affected, thanks to robust demand for datacenter...
Monday 28 December 2020
CCL vendors cautious about 2021 shipments for 5G base stations in China
Taiwan's CCL makers are cautious about their shipments for 5G base station applications in 2021 as speculation is emerging that China may see lower numbers of such stations established...
Friday 25 December 2020
PCB makers may ramp up shipments for new-gen servers in 2Q21
Taiwan's PCB supply chain players are expected to gradually ramp up shipments for servers adopting Intel's next-generation Whitley platform starting second-quarter 2021 at the earliest,...
Thursday 24 December 2020
Taiwan CCL makers set to raise quotes amid rising costs
Taiwan-based CCL makers are facing rising costs of upstream raw materials, and intend to pass the increased costs onto clients, according to industry sources.
Thursday 17 December 2020
PCB demand for 400G switches rising
Demand for 400G network switches is trending upward and may fast take off in the next two years along with ever-expanding 5G infrastructure and terminal applications, which will significantly...
Friday 20 November 2020
Taiwan CCL makers may rely more on non-China 5G base station clients in 1H21
With prospects for 5G infrastructure construction in China remaining uncertain, Taiwan's CCL makers in the supply chain for 5G base stations may have to rely more on shipment momentum...