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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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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.
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.