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  • TSMC+
    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has cut its revenue growth forecast for 2018 to 10% from the previously-estimated 10-15%, citing weaker-than-expected smartphone...
  • HannStar+to+roll+out+HD%2B%2C+FHD+panels+through+facility+overhauls
    LCD panel firm HannStar Display plans to expand its capex for 2018 to between NT$3 billion (US$102.2 million) and NT$4 billion from the NT$1.9 billion spent a year earlier, with the...
  • asml
    Top semiconductor players Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), Samsung Electronics and Intel are engaged in increasingly fierce competition not only in developing advanced...
  • EIH to ramp up capex for 2018

    Tuesday 3 April 2018
    EIH+chairman+Frank+Ko
    E-paper solution supplier E Ink Holdings (EIH) expects its capex for 2018 to be higher than the NT$400 million (US$13.72 million) it spent a year earlier as the company plans to ramp...
  • lg+display
    LG Display (LGD) is expected to set its 2018 capex higher than rival Samsung Display (SDC) for the first time since 2012 as the company has continued to accelerate the expansion of...
  • CHT+president+Sheih+Chi%2Dmau
    In line with the development of 5G, IoT, smart home and smart city applications, Taiwan's leading telecom operator Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) is actively proceeding with new strategic...
  • Concraft+sees+strong+orders+for+automotive+components
    Taiwan-based connector maker Concraft Holding expects its revenues from the acoustic component business to grow 10-20% on year in 2018, while those from the automotive components...
  • Compal+to+invest+heavily+in+automated+production+in+2018
    Compal Electronics has set its 2018 capex at NT$6 billion (US$205.7 million), up over 70% from the NT$3.4 billion spent in 2017 with half of the amount planned to be used in automation...
  • ChipMOS+chairman+Shih%2DJye+Cheng
    ChipMOS Technologies expects to see tight production capacity for COF (chip-on-film) packaging in 2018, and is optimistic about demand for NOR flash and niche-market DRAM memory.
  • Pegatron upbeat about 1H18

    Friday 16 March 2018
    Pegatron+expects+a+strong+1H18
    Pegatron expects its performance in the first half of 2018 to outperform that seen a year ago, and is optimistic about demand for consumer electronics devices this year.
  • Taiwan-based Ardentec, which specializes in testing services for memory, logic and mixed-signal ICs, expects its new plant in Nanjing to enter volume production in the second quarter...
  • Metal-alloy chassis maker Catcher Technology has announced consolidated revenues of NT$5.7 billion (US$193.63 million) for February, down 30.3% on month, but up 20.2% on year.
  • The worldwide PCB industry output value grew 11.7% to US$65 billion in 2017, according to data compiled by Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA). The on-year growth was the highest...
  • IC packager Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) has disclosed it has spent a total of NT$710.71 million (US$24.3 million) on equipment from Kulicke and Soffa Industries for its...
  • Yageo January revenues increase 45%

    Tuesday 6 February 2018
    Passive component firm Yageo has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.54 billion (US$120.55 million) for January 2018, up 44.8% on year and 5.7% sequentially.
  • Pegatron to ramp up capex in 2018

    Monday 5 February 2018
    Pegatron+chairman+TH+Tung
    Pegatron expects the capital spending of its entire group in 2018 to be higher than the US$400-450 million spent in 2017 as the company and its subsidiaries are to ramp up their capacities...
  • Winbond+president+Tung%2DYi+Chan
    Net profits at Winbond Electronics, a supplier of specialty DRAM and flash memory, hit a 17-year high of NT$5.55 billion (US$189.3 million) in 2017. EPS for the year came to NT$1.54...
  • PTI profits climb to 7-year high in 2017

    Wednesday 31 January 2018
    Memory-IC backend specialist Powertech Technology (PTI) saw its net profits climb to a seven-year high of NT$5.85 billion (US$200.4 million) in 2017.
  • SPIL posts EPS of NT$2.21 for 2017

    Monday 29 January 2018
    IC packaging specialist Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) saw its net profits fall 30.5% on year to NT$6.9 billion (US$237 million) in 2017. EPS for the year came to NT$2.21...
  • Memory chipmaker SK Hynix saw its revenues, operating profits and net profits reach record-high levels for the fourth consecutive quarter in the fourth quarter of 2017.
  • After experiencing an impressive rise in 2017, DRAM prices are expected to soar further in the first half of 2018, and overall market situations will remain steady throughout the...
  • Chilisin+Electronics+president+Chung+Shih%2Dying
    Power inductor maker Chilisin Electronics has announced it will acquire a 100% stake in fellow maker Mag.Layer Scientific Technics through a stock swap in which 0.73 Chilisin share...
  • King Yuan ramping up capex for 2018

    Wednesday 3 January 2018
    KYEC+chairman+CK+Lee
    IC backend service provider King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) will ramp up its capex for 2018 to NT$5.5 billion (US$186.18), up from the NT$4.2 billion spent in 2017.
  • Non-volatile memory (NVM) device provider Macronix International has set its capex for 2018 at NT$3.89 billion (US$130.43 million), according to a company announcement. The 2018 capex...
  • Casetek+to+raise+fund
    Chassis maker Casetek Holdings, a subsidiary of Pegatron Technology, has announced a plan to issue 80 million new shares at NT$92 (US$3.05) per unit to raise NT$7.36 billion in tot...
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