730 news items tagged plant
Micron discloses US$3 billion expansion of 12-inch plant in USThursday 30 August 2018
Micron Technology has announced plans to invest US$3 billion by 2030 to increase memory production at its plant in Manassas, Virginia, creating 1,100 new jobs roughly over the next...
PCB firm APCB expects Thailand plant to break even in 4Q18Wednesday 29 August 2018
Advanced Printed Circuit Board's (APCB) factory site in Thailand has been verified by a major Europe-based automotive components vendor and will start shipping in small volume to...
Auto diode maker Actron eyeing bigger global market shareWednesday 29 August 2018
Automotive diode specialist Actron Technology is looking to further expand its share of the global auto alternator diode market to 65% over the next three years from the current 53%,...
Powerchip to build 2 new 12-inch fabs in TaiwanTuesday 28 August 2018
Pure-play foundry Powerchip Technology has disclosed plans to construct two new 12-inch wafer fabs in Taiwan with total investment estimated at NT$278 billion (US$9.05 billion).
Sharp to start equipment move-in at Guangzhou 10.5G line in FebruaryFriday 24 August 2018
Sharp reportedly will start equipment move-in at its new 10.5G LCD plant in Guangzhou, China in February 2019, with plans to kick off the first phase of the facility in August and...
Backend firm GEM enjoys strong demand for mid- and high-voltage MOSFETsTuesday 21 August 2018
GEM Services has enjoyed a ramp-up of orders for mid- and high-voltage MOSFET chips, as the Taiwan-based backend house is engaged in the supply chain of international IDMs which have...
Winbond board approves NT$20 billion for new 12-inch plant establishmentMonday 20 August 2018
Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a manufacturer of specialty DRAM and NOR flash memory, expects to start constructing its new 12-inch wafer plant at the Kaohsiung Science Park (KSP),...
Unimicron China subsidiary fined for violating environmental regulationsMonday 6 August 2018
Unimicron Technology (Kunshan), a subsidiary of Taiwan-based PCB and IC substrate manufacturer Unimicron, has been fined CNY380,000 (US$55,520) for breaking local environmental laws,...
Foxconn reportedly to scale down Wisconsin projectMonday 6 August 2018
Foxconn Electronics reportedly plans to scale down its original project to build an advanced 10.5G LCD fab in Wisconsin and instead will set up a 6G line there, according to industry...
AUO expanded 8.5G fab to reach full-capacity in 3Q18Wednesday 1 August 2018
AU Optronics (AUO) expects its newly expanded second-phase facilities at its 8.5G 8B fab in Houli, central Taiwan to reach full-capacity in the third quarter of 2018, propelled by...
Winbond profits hit 17-year high in 2Q18Monday 30 July 2018
Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a supplier of specialty DRAM and flash memory, saw its net profits surge to a 17-year high of NT$2.16 billion (US$70.4 million) in the second quarter...
Testing firm Ardentec expands presence in automotive fieldMonday 30 July 2018
Taiwan-based Ardentec has seen revenues generated from orders for automotive MCUs account for 22-25% of its overall revenues, and the company is eyeing new orders for auto sensors...
MOSFET packager GEM enjoys rising orders from ChinaFriday 27 July 2018
Taiwan-based GEM Services has enjoyed a ramp-up of orders from many China-based fabless MOSFET suppliers, and is expected to see its revenues from China-based clients grow significantly...
Ichia swings to profit in 2Q18Friday 13 July 2018
Taiwan-based Ichia Technologies, which manufactures flexible PCBs (FPCB) as well as mechanical integrated components, has reported pre-tax profits of NT$97 million (US$3.2 billion)...
Taiflex sees FCCL demand pick upFriday 6 July 2018
Taiflex Scientific saw a pick-up in demand for flexible copper clad laminate (FCCL) in June, with its electronic materials business unit posting revenues of NT$780 million (US$25.6...
KYEC June revenues hit 9-month highThursday 5 July 2018
IC testing service provider King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) saw its June revenues hit a nine-month high of NT$1.72 billion (US$56.2 million).
UMC to deepen its roots in ChinaMonday 2 July 2018
United Microelectronics (UMC), the second-largest Taiwan-based pure-play foundry, disclosed recently plans to list its HeJian-led China operations on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE)...
Foxconn breaks ground for Wisconsin LCD plantFriday 29 June 2018
Foxconn Electronics has held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new LCD panel plant in Wisconsin, with US President Donald Trump attending the event.
Wafer Works kicks off 8-inch wafer manufacturing at new China plantThursday 28 June 2018
Wafer Works has recently commenced production at its new plant in Zhengzhou, China dedicated to producing 8-inch wafers, according to company chairman Pat Chiao.
GlobalWafers reaches MoU with South Korea governmentTuesday 26 June 2018
GlobalWafers has reached a MoU with the government of South Korea for the silicon wafer company to expand production capacity at its local plant in South Korea, according to company...
UMC Xiamen operation to remain unprofitable in 2018Wednesday 13 June 2018
Pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) expects its fab operation in Xiamen, China to remain unprofitable in 2018 due to insufficient economies of scale.
Globalfoundries to cut 5% of workforceWednesday 13 June 2018
Globalfoundries has disclosed plans to cut 5% of its global workforce, or about 900 employees, with the layoff to take place mainly in Europe and the US.
Unique Materials to set up quantum dot plant in CTSPTuesday 12 June 2018
Taiwan-based Unique Materials will invest NT$70 million (US$2.346 million) to set up a plant in the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) to develop and produce quantum dot materials...
Winbond to break ground for new fab in southern TaiwanTuesday 12 June 2018
DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics will start constructing a new fab in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan in September followed by equipment move-in slated for 2020.
Taiflex optimistic about flexible PCB marketThursday 31 May 2018
Taiwan-based Taiflex Scientific, which supplies flexible copper clad laminates (FCCL), expects the flexible PCB (FPCB) market to continue growing.
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