Display panel
  • CPT seeks to survive through restructuring
    Chunghua Picture Tubes (CPT) has filed a petition for restructuring and emergence disposition of its property as it faces operating difficulties due to mounting debts.
  • While Samsung Display has managed to maintain its top-vendor ranking in the global small- and medium-size panel market in the third quarter of 2018, China-based Tianma Optoelectronics has continued to ramp up its shipments and narrow its gap against second-ranked LG Display, according to Digitimes...
  • LCD panel and module maker Giantplus Technology has disclosed the plan to sell its LCD module subsidiary, KGP, in Kunshan, China to a local asset management company for CNY410 million (US$59.6 million).
  • High-res VR displays developed by Innolux
    Innolux has rolled out prototype of high-resolution motion sickness-free displays for VR head-mounted devices, optimizing its advanced LCD technology, according to company sources.
  • TPK Holding reportedly has landed orders for silver nanowire-based touch solutions from LG Electronics, according to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News report.
  • Government-run Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) and Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) generated revenues totaling NT$2,109.441 billion (US$68.43 billion) in January-October 2018, growing 5.57% on year, according to the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).
  • panel
    Having reported decreased sales for November, most Taiwan-based flat panel makers are expected to see their revenues continue to drift downward in December due to dwindling demand and falling panel prices, according to industry sources.
  • AU Optronics (AUO) has announced its consolidated revenues for November reached NT$25.75 billion (US$834.69 million), down by 2.8% on month and 6.0% on year.
  • Touch panel maker TPK Holding has reported decreased revenues for November as compared to a month earlier, citing weakened order dynamics from its major clients.
  • Samsung Display expected to see TV panel shipments decline in 2019 on production shift
    Samsung Display reportedly plans to convert one of its 8.5G LCD fabs, the L8-1, into a production base for the development of QD-OLED (quantum dot-OLED) panels with the transition process likely to begin in the middle of 2019, according to industry sources.
  • O-film is facing operating pressure
    China-based touch panel maker Shenzhen O-film Tech is facing increasing pressure of rising inventories and dwindling orders due to a weak rebound of the handset market in China, according to industry sources.
  • lcd
    AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux, which have been regarded as the "two tigers" of Taiwan's flat panel industry as far as their production capacities are concerned, are heading in different directions for their future developments, judging from the strategies adopted by the two firms.
  • cheng mei
    The supply of polarizers has fallen short of demand recently and will stay tight throughout 2019, when several China-based panel makers are set to kick off commerical operation of their new production lines, bringing Taiwan polarizer makers significant revenue growth momentum, according to industry...
  • To accelerate the development of communication infrastructure for mechanical networking to support Industry 4.0 applications amid the lack of unified communication standards, Taiwan businesses in the fields of IC packaging and testing, LCD panels, optoelectronics, PCB and solar energy have rushed to...
  • Global TV panel unit shipments grow 9.3% on quarter and 10.1% on year to 75.1 million units in the third quarter of 2018. In terms of area shipments, global TV panel shipments also expanded by 13.2% sequentially and 14.9% on year in the third quarter, according to data from China-based Sigmaintell...
  • PMOLED panel maker RiTdisplay has received approval from the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) to change its listing from the Emerging Stock Board to the local main board.
  • TV panels prices are in decline
    Prices of large-size flat panels, mainly TV panels, are expected to continue to fall in December due to oversupply resulting from continued capacity ramps by China-based flat panel makers, according to industry sources.
  • Taiwan recorded manufacturing production index (2016 as base year) of 117.60 for October 2018, increasing 5.18% on month and 9.24% on year, according to statistics released by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on November 23.
  • eih
    E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) is headed for strong sales in the fourth quarter of 2018 with its growth momentum to continue into 2019, according to company president Johnson Lee.
  • LCD equipment
    Most Taiwan-based LCD equipment suppliers have seen their order visibility extend to 2019 as a number of advanced LCD plants are ready to start moving in equipment in the coming year and beyond, according to industry sources.
  • TPK appoints new CEO

    Nov 19, 12:15
    Touch panel maker TPK Holding has promoted senior vice president Leo Hsieh to serve as its new president and CEO, replacing incumbent HH Chiang, who has decided to step down due to personal reasons, according to a company announcement.
  • PMOLED panel maker WiseChip Semiconductor has reported net profits of NT$25.64 million (US$830,505) for the third quarter of 2018, down 23.8% on quarter and 66.6% on year. EPS for the quarter stood at NT$0.56.
  • Jasper Display chairman Kenneth Tai
    Taiwan's optoelectronics industry players must pursue the development of smart optoelectronics and leverage the prowess and advantages of the country's ICT industry to find a solid foothold in international optoelectronics supply chains, according to Kenneth Tai, chairman of Jasper Display based in...
  • Innolux has reported increased revenues for October, thanks to increased shipments of complete TV sets and small- and medium-size LCD modules despite decreases in panel shipments.
  • LCD panel and module maker Giantplus Technology has reported net profits of NT$81.16 million (US$2.64 million) for the third quarter of 2018, up 2.8% from a quarter earlier but down 155.7% from a year ago.

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