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Taiflex Scientific Co. Ltd, a provider of flexible copper-clad laminate (FCCL) for the flexible printed circuit industry, has announced consolidated revenues of NT$724 million ($23.3 million) for February 2017, down by 6% month-on-month but an increase of 31% year-on-year.
Revenue for the electronic materials segment totaled NT$375 million ($12.07 million), down by 17.2%, mainly due to the current inventory level was higher before the Chinese Lunar New Year vacation. Revenue for the PV division totaled NT$342 million ($11.01 million), up by 12.2% on month.
Cumulative revenues for the first two months of the year was NT$1.494 billion ($48.1 million), nearly flat from the same period last year. The EM segment revenue was NT$829 million ($26.69 million), slightly up by 0.2%, while the PV revenue totaled NT$647 million ($20.83 million), down by 1.3% YoY.
Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
While at IPC APEX EXPO a few weeks ago, I sat down with George Hsin, chief strategy officer for TUC Worldwide, and Alan Cochrane, president of TUC North America. I was interested in learning more about the company and their laminate products and Alan was happy to fill me in.
ACT-USA is one of the best value-added PCB distributors in the country today. Focused on providing their North American customers with boards as well as heavy copper boards they have steadily broadened their vendor base since their inception in 1994.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Venue for the 2018 EIPC Winter Conference was the splendid new Alstom Transport Information Solutions facility in Villeurbanne, in the Lyon metropolitan area of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in eastern France. An extremely popular event—117 delegates represented a total of 20 countries, unprecedented in recent years, and only just fitted into Alstom’s conference suite. Indeed, some were even standing at the back!