Nan Ya PCB 1H Revenue Down 14% YoY


Reading time ( words)

Taiwan-based printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer Nan Ya PCB Co. Ltd has reported June sales of NT$2.437 billion ($79.7 million), up by 7.45% compared to its May results, but down by nearly 1% from the same month last year.

For the first half of the year, Nan Ya PCB posted total sales of NT$12.94 billion ($423.29 million), down by 14% compared to the first half of 2016.

Share


Suggested Items

Blue Sky for Eagle Electronics

02/19/2018 | Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
I recently had the opportunity to chat with the new director of sales and marketing at Eagle Electronics, Andy D’Agostino. I’ve visited Eagle before; they are endlessly busy, with good things going on, so I was happy when I learned that Brett McCoy was now COO and another fellow had taken over some of the sales and marketing activities. Andy comes with a wealth of experience and seems to have settled in nicely.

Video from productronica 2017: Electra Polymers Updates on the Latest Developments in DI Soldermask

11/20/2017 | I-Connect007
From the show floor at productronica 2017, Electra Polymers' sales manager Ashley Steers discusses the state of the art in soldermask for direct imaging. Sales and marketing director Shaun Tibbals comments on developments in ink-jet soldermask, and opportunities in wafer-level packaging.

Catching up with American Standard Circuits’ Joe Nickerson

08/09/2017 | Dan Beaulieu
Dan Beaulieu had the chance recently to sit down with Camtech Technologies founder and President Joe Nickerson, now the newly appointed American Standard Circuits’ VP of sales, to discuss Camtech Technologies and his new role with American Standard Circuits. It was an interesting talk.



Copyright © 2018 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.