Wednesday 5 October 2022
Sigurd sees stable demand for wireless and HPC chips
IC testing house Sigurd Microelectronics has enjoyed stable demand for wireless and HPC chips, enabling it to post about flat sequential revenue growth in September.
Tuesday 25 May 2021
IC substrate supply to stay constrained in 2021-2022
The global supply of IC substrates will not see major inprovement until late 2021 or 2022 when Taiwan-based suppliers' additional capacity comes online, according to industry sourc...
Wednesday 28 April 2021
Kinsus to raise ABF substrate capacity by 30% in 2021
IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology expects ABF substrate shipments to grow to 35% in terms of revenue contribution ratio in 2021, when at least a 30% additional production...
Monday 10 August 2015
TPK reportedly recruits LCM team from Wintek
Touch panel maker TPK Holding has reportedly recruited an LCM (LCD module) team from fellow maker Wintek in an attempt to extend product development and production to LCM assembly,...
Tuesday 20 January 2015
Taiwan touch panel makers report dismal 2014 results
Price wars in the touch panel segment are said to have been a major factor in Taiwan makers' declining performances in 2014, resulting in TPK seeing an on-year 18.58% decline and...
Thursday 18 December 2014
Wintek to lay off 2,360 more workers this week
Touch panel maker Wintek will further lay off 2,360 employees in Taiwan this week in addition to laying off 610 in early December.
Tuesday 9 December 2014
Wintek to shut down three China factories
Touch panel maker Wintek, due to its quickly shrinking business arising from financial troubles, will stop operations at three factories in China either entirely or partially and...
Thursday 4 December 2014
Wintek sees large decrease in November revenues
Touch panel maker Wintek on December 3 reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.727 billion (US$88.7 million) for November, dropping 52.67% on month and 67.99% on year.
Friday 14 November 2014
Career Tech 3Q14 profits affected by Wintek bad debts
Uncollected accounts receivable from Wintek, which filed for bankruptcy protection last month (October 2014), hurt profitability at flexible PCB maker Career Technology during the...
Friday 7 November 2014
Wintek seeing orders shift away, China makers to benefit
As Wintek's financial situation continues to fluctuate, customers in China are reportedly continuing to shift orders to other makers including O-Film and TPK to secure supplies for...
Tuesday 4 November 2014
Wintek sees October revenues decrease over 20% on year
Taiwan-based touch panel maker Wintek has reported that its October 2014 consolidated net revenues reached NT$5.761 billion (US$188.9 million), up 6.36% on month and down 20.18% on...
Tuesday 14 October 2014
Wintek applies for financial restructuring
Taiwan-based touch panel maker Wintek has applied for financial restructuring to the local court due to a high proportion of debt in China. Currently, the company has a short-term...
Tuesday 30 September 2014
Wintek considering selling facilities abroad to improve finances
Wintek is considering selling three of its four production lines outside of Taiwan in an effort to turn its financial situation around after suffering from three years of financial...
Wednesday 24 September 2014
Wintek may stop production at Yangmei-based facilities
Following three years of financial struggles including approximately NT$3 billion (US$100 million) in financial losses in the first half of 2014, Wintek may choose to stop production...
Friday 12 September 2014
Wintek announces decline in August revenues
Wintek has announced an over 15% decline in revenues during August due to major customers adjusting product lineups.
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