Monday 26 December 2022
Panel market remains cautious about 2023 prospects
The panel industry is going through its worst downturn in a decade, caused by a sharp decline in demand in a short period of time. With major losses in 2022 and ongoing global uncertainties,...
Friday 23 December 2022
Taiwan-based LCD panel makers target smart applications
Global factors have had a major impact on LCD panel demand in 2022, causing industry players to expect demand to remain weak through the first half of 2023. Taiwan-based LCD panel...
Wednesday 30 November 2022
LCD TV panel price rally likely to stop in December
Having risen since October, LCD TV panel prices are likely to stop their rally in December due to seasonality, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 25 October 2022
TV panel prices stop falling
LCD TV panel prices have stopped falling after sliding below suppliers' cash-cost levels, according to industry sources. Additionally, aggressive production cuts by panel makers also...
Friday 30 September 2022
Demand for small- and medium-size TV panels picking up
Demand for small- and medium-size TV panels has emerged recently as prices of those panels are likely to bottom out soon, according to industry sources.
Thursday 30 June 2022
LCD TV panel prices to continue sliding in July
With LCD TV panel prices set to continue their slide, China-based TV brand vendors are negotiating more favorable payment terms, according to industry sources.
Monday 13 June 2022
Samsung, LG cut LCD TV panel procurements
Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics, in response to shrinking TV demand, have scaled down their planned procurements of LCD TV panels by 30-40% and 10-20% respectively, according...
Thursday 2 September 2021
TV panel pricing may keep falling till year-end 2021
LCD TV panel prices have been falling at a rapid pace since August, and may continue dropping until year-end 2021, as demand for TVs in developed countries has been declining and...
Tuesday 7 March 2017
19.63 million LCD TV panels shipped in January, says Sigmaintell
There were 19.63 million LCD TV panels shipped globally in January, decreasing 8.4% on month and 1.3% on year, according to Sigmaintell Consulting.
Wednesday 4 January 2017
258 million LCD TV panels shipped globally in 2016, says Sigmaintell
There were 258 million LCD TV panels shipped globally in 2016, decreasing 2.5% on year, and the corresponding total area of 130 million square meters increased 8.0% because average...
Friday 21 October 2016
October medium- to large-size TV panel pricing up significantly, say research firms
LCD TV vendors have focused on marketing 40-inch and larger models because 32-inch LCD TVs have become profitless amid rising panel prices. As a result, medium- to large-size TV panel...
Monday 8 August 2016
Medium-size TV panels in short supply, says AVC
Global supply for 39.5- to 43-inch LCD TV panels will reach 17 million units in third-quarter 2016, 15% short of global demand for 20 million units, according to All View Cloud (AV...
Thursday 3 March 2016
Taiwan earthquake causing aftershocks in LCD panel market
With Taiwan LCD panel maker Innolux experiencing damage on production equipment producing 39.5-inch TV applications, some customers are shifting their orders to 40- and 43-inch panels,...
Wednesday 15 April 2015
Demand for LCD TV panels in 2015 to grow 2.4%, says firm
Demand for LCD TV panels in 2015 will reach 254 million, up 2.4% on year, while supply will increase 7.9% on year to 268 million, according to statistics compiled by research firm...
Tuesday 10 February 2015
Digitimes Research: Demand for LCD TV panel area in 2015 to grow 11.2% on year
Global demand for LCD TV panels in terms of total area in 2015 is estimated at 126.107 million square meters, increasing on year by 11.2%, according to Digitimes Research.
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