Kinsus Reports Nearly 8% Growth in September Sales


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IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology has reported September sales of NT$2.25 billion ($74.47 million), up by 6.8% from the previous month, and up by 7.85% year-on-year. Total sales from January to September reached NT$16.04 billion ($530.4 million), down by 8.21% compared to the same period last year.

The company is expected to enjoy an up to 20% sequential increase in fourth-quarter 2017 revenues, driven mainly by a ramp-up of orders for substrate-like PCBs, according to a Digitimes report citing the Taipei-based Central News Agency (CNA).

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