954 news items tagged PCB
CCL maker Elite Material sees robust demand for HDI boards in 2019Thursday 17 January 2019
Taiwan's copper-clad laminate maker Elite Material (EMC) is expected to see 2019 revenue growth driven by robust demand from handset and automotive electronics sectors for its high-density...
AI, 5G to boost penetration of HDI PCBs in notebooksThursday 17 January 2019
Notebooks are getting smart along with growing application of 5G and AI technologies, driving up demand for high-density interconnect (HDI) PCBs to support upgrades in designs, according...
Uniflex cuts into supply chain for new Samsung smartphoneWednesday 16 January 2019
Flexible PCB firm Uniflex Technology has reportedly entered the supply chain for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 series with shipments already kicking off, according to industry sour...
Handset PCB makers moving to develop high-end board materialsWednesday 16 January 2019
Despite sales growth stagnancy for smartphones, handset PCB suppliers are moving to develop high-end board materials as they believe handsets still have great room for sales growth...
Chin-Poon cautious about automotive PCB demand in 2019Tuesday 15 January 2019
Taiwan-based automotive PCB specialist Chin-Poon Industrial has expressed caution about its sales performance in 2019, citing unfavorable global trade conditions and a slowdown in...
Tripod enhancing high-end offering for profitabilityMonday 14 January 2019
PCB manufacturer Tripod Technology has moved to enhance its high-end lineup as it is pursuing further profit growth in 2019, according to the Taiwan-based company.
2018 review and 2019 outlook: PCB makers see new applications as growth driverMonday 14 January 2019
Taiwan PCB makers enjoyed strong growth in 2018 in shipments of their flexible boards, rigid-flex boards and substrate-like PCBs to new application sectors of datacenter servers and...
Zhen Ding, Flexium revenues fall in DecemberFriday 11 January 2019
Flexible PCB specialists Zhen Ding Technology and Flexium Interconnect have reported sequential decreases in consolidated revenues for December 2018 of 36.7% and 34.7%, respectively...
Unitech focuses more on rigid-flex PCBThursday 10 January 2019
Unitech Printed Circuit Board will be expanding its rigid-flex board portfolio for consumer electronics and automotive applications this year, while foreseeing a further slowdown...
Compeq, Unimicron post revenue drops in DecemberThursday 10 January 2019
PCB manufacturers Compeq Manufacturing and Unimicron Technology saw their December revenues decline 25.6% and 18%, respectively, on month.
PCB firm Apex to see robust automotive board shipments in 1Q19Tuesday 8 January 2019
PCB maker Apex International is expected to enjoy a strong first quarter of 2019, thanks to robust shipments of its automotive boards, according to company sources.
China set to impose stricter regulations on PCB industryFriday 4 January 2019
China will implement a new set of strict regulations on the operations of the PCB industry on February 1, which may threaten the survival of small- to medium-size makers, according...
CHPT entering US space supply chain with dedicated PCBsThursday 3 January 2019
In efforts to explore new business territories, Taiwan PCB makers including Chunghwa Precision Test Tech (CHPT) are keen to tap into the supply chains of US aerospace firms including...
Nan Ya PCB seeking profitability for entire 2019 on 5G demandWednesday 2 January 2019
Taiwan-based Nan Ya PCB is gearing up to further upgrade its process technology and adjust product portfolios seeking to fully swing to profitability in the entire 2019 by cashing...
Taiwan PCB makers reluctant to relocate production to IndiaFriday 21 December 2018
India has taken tariff means to drive vendors of smartphones and other electronics devices as well as their supply chain partners to set up manufacturing operations in the country,...
Rigid-flex PCB demand promisingThursday 20 December 2018
The overall demand for handset PCBs is being affected negatively by the global deceleration in smartphone sales. However, rising adoption of multi-lens cameras by smartphones is set...
Flexium approves NT$8 billion for 2019 capexWednesday 19 December 2018
The board of directors of flexible PCB specialist Flexium Interconnect has approved plans to budget NT$8 billion (US$259.5 million) in capex for 2019, which will be utilized for capacity...
PCB makers trialing AI-based recognition modules to support AOIWednesday 19 December 2018
Taiwan-based PCB makers are trialing AI-based recognition modules to hike accuracy for automatic optical inspection (AOI), according to industry sources.
China PCB firms may see 5G opportunities affected by trade warTuesday 18 December 2018
China-based PCB makers are eyeing bright business prospects for 2019, bolstered by numerous 5G base stations actively under construction in the country and their close partnerships...
Tripod Tech revenues to top NT$52 billion in 2018Friday 14 December 2018
PCB manufacturer Tripod Technology is expected to see its revenues top NT$52 billion (US$1.68 billion) in 2018, up from NT$45.82 billion last year, according to market observers.
Antenna modules to be key growth driver in 2019, says FlexiumThursday 13 December 2018
Flexium Interconnect, a specialist in flexible PCB, expects antenna products to be the company's major growth driver in 2019.
Compeq sees November revenues rise 3.65%Thursday 13 December 2018
PCB firm Compeq Manufacturing saw its November revenues climb 3.65% sequentially to NT$5.39 billion (US$174.7 million), the highest monthly level so far in 2018.
ABF substrate demand remains robust, says UnimicronTuesday 11 December 2018
Demand for ABF (ajinomoto build-up film) substrates continues to be strong while demand for other IC substrate and PCB products is being affected by seasonal factors, according to...
Zhen Ding reports flat results for NovemberMonday 10 December 2018
PCB manufacturer Zhen Ding Technology has reported revenues of NT$14.92 billion (US$483.2 million) for November 2018, down 0.8% sequentially but up 0.1% on year.
PCB firm Apex revenues top NT$10 billionThursday 6 December 2018
Apex International, a provider of PCBs mainly for TVs and other home appliances, saw its cumulative 2018 revenues through November exceed the NT$10 billion (US$326 million) mark.
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Vitronics Soltec's mySelective 6748 selective soldering system now features a wave height measurement system.
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